Less than a month into the Toyota GR Supra‘s life and we have the first parts catalogue for the reborn icon. Fittingly, it’s official – Toyota Racing Development Japan calls this the GR Supra Performance Line Concept TRD. There’s a concept tag, but it looks production ready and we won’t be surprised if the parts end up in showrooms unaltered.

First up, there are no chassis or engine mods to raise performance here, merely an aero-enhancing bodykit for the new Supra. The TRD Performance Line package is an eight-part aerokit made from carbon fibre. There’s also a set of 19-inch forged aluminium “mesh-spoke” wheels.

The TRD Performance Line aerokit’s front spoiler is a one piece lip with big fins at the sides. After the wheels, the side skirts feature two more fins to direct airflow to the rear. They’re assisted by door garnish pieces that are affixed on the non-functional vents on the doors.

Heading to the rear, we see rear spats just behind the wheels, and these fins are larger than those on the front spoiler and side skirts. The GR Supra comes from the factory with an integrated bootlid spoiler that Toyota says is inspired by the A80’s mega rear wing, but there’s a carbon strip here to make it even more prominent. Those who want a “handle” wing will have to wait for third party tuners. The aggressive rear diffuser with twin tailpipes seen here are stock.

The graphics released show airflow around the coupe’s add-on parts and hint at improved aerodynamics. Once again, no performance or chassis upgrades have been announced, but the TRD Japan page does end with “To Be Continued”, so there’s hope. On another note, this is the first time we’re seeing the A90 Supra’s nose with a license plate, ending the mystery of how it’s going to look like on the road.

Revealed in mid-January, the fifth-generation A90 Supra shares a platform with the latest G29 BMW Z4 as part of a sports car collaboration with Munich. Cabin switchgear aside, it uses BMW engines paired to an eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox.

The powerplants are a 2.0 litre turbo-four with 197 PS/320 Nm (0-100 km/h in 6.5s) or 258 PS/400 Nm (0-100 km/h in 5.2s), and a 3.0 litre straight-six with 340 PS and 500 Nm. The latter is good for 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.3 seconds. Toyota’s flagship sports car also boasts perfect 50:50 weight distribution usually touted by BMW.

As for the chassis, the Supra features double-jointed MacPherson struts at the front and multi-link rear suspension, with optional Adaptive Variable Suspension damping and a electronic locking rear differential that is tuned to work in tandem with the VSC system. The basics might sound very BMW, but Toyota says that the Supra has been developed independently from Munich since 2014.

So what do you think of this TRD Performance Line Concept for the A90 Supra? We like the add-ons, which give the coupe an extra dash of race car looks. Here’s how the real race machine looks like.


GALLERY: A90 Toyota GR Supra