There's no such thing as too much carbon.
The Toyota Supra may have borrowed a few BMW parts, but its exterior design is undoubtedly Japanese and as such, it looks even better when modified than when left stock. Of course, this is not a rule, but both the A80 and A90 Supra have plenty of avenues for modification. Some are wacky, but it's always the understated modifications that look best, and 3D Design's latest offerings for the "BMW Supra" prove this perfectly. Interestingly, the German-influenced Supra depicted below is fitted with parts from a Japanese company that usually makes parts for BMW models like the X4 and M5 sedan.
Despite spending most of its time working on Bimmers, the 3D Design kit is perfect for the new Supra. The first thing you notice from the front of the car is a new carbon fiber splitter that flows with the Supra's lines yet makes it look stylishly aggressive. More carbon can be found on the new side skirts and the trunk spoiler that seems to take design inspiration from that of the M3 CS.
Inside, new aluminum pedals add a racy look while a reupholstered steering wheel featuring red leather is another nice touch. Behind the wheel are new paddles in carbon fiber, although aluminum paddles are also available that aren't shown here.
The changes aren't just cosmetic, as 3D Design can't wait for the M3-powered Supra. The company also offers a tune that adds an impressive 187 horsepower, bringing the Supra to 569 hp. No acceleration figures or revised top-speed claims are posted, but we can expect this tune to totally transform the Supra.
Unfortunately, no pricing information is offered just yet, but when the changes make the Supra prettier and more powerful, this upgrade package sounds like the perfect way to help the Japanese-German icon stand out even more. We can't wait to see if this latest Supra becomes just as popular with tuners as the last one.