Given the cult following garnered by the Toyota Supra nameplate, the A90-generation GR Supra was sure to revive interest. The previous model was one of the mainstays in the tuner scene, and now Daigo Saito’s D1GP machine is joined by HKS’ own entry of heavily modified, current-generation Supra. Enter the Toyota GR Supra Drift by HKS, to call it by its official name.

Par for the course here is the famed 2JZ-GTE straight-six engine, given an enlargement kit for a capacity of 3.4 litres, or 3,352 cc (87.0 mm and 94.0 mm bore and stroke) to be exact. Peak power is 700 PS with maximum torque rated at 900 Nm, aided by a HKS GTIII-4R turbocharger, while suspension is courtesy of a HKS Hipermax SPL kit and brakes by Endless.

Meanwhile, rolling stock is comprised of mixed sizes front and rear; tyres are Yokohama Advan Neova AD08R fronts and Neova A052 rears measuring 255/35R19 and 285/35R20 front and rear respectively, shod on Advan GT wheels in sizes 9J x 19 and 11J x 20 front and rear. Inside, Taniguchi’s A90 Supra gets a Bride Maxis III bucket seat and a Nardi Classico deep dish steering wheel.

Taniguchi states in the video below that the HKS-built A90 Supra was producing 600 hp in its development stages, with more to come eventually. Either way, the wide-bodied Supra with its distinct HKS Super Oil livery is bound for this year Goodwood Festival of Speed which takes place from July 4-7 in the United Kingdom, with tyre smoke and fury set to be part of its run up the hill.