It’s been a while since the all-new A90 Toyota GR Supra made its debut, giving aftermarket companies plenty of time to develop modifications for the reborn sports car. One such company is Akrapovic, which is a household name when it comes to automotive exhaust systems.

The Slovenian outfit recently posted a video showcasing its new offering for the Supra, including dyno runs and sliding around a wet circuit. The exhaust kit certainly sounds good, enhancing the engine note of the BMW-sourced B58 3.0 litre turbocharged straight-six engine to give the Supra even more presence.

According to Akrapovic, the system is made completely out of titanium, and consists of a muffler with an exhaust valve plus tailpipes. After periods of extended use, the tailpipes will morph into a violet-blue hue, which is the natural colour of titanium after it’s been exposed to extremely high temperatures.

Aside from aural and visual enhancements, the titanium exhaust system is also said to improve the horsepower count and reduce overall vehicle weight, although the company didn’t say to what extent.

For those who require some modulation, there’s an optional Sound Kit that allows the driver to adjust the exhaust sound on the move. There’s also a stainless steel Evolution link pipe available for “further tuning opportunities.”

GALLERY: A90 Toyota GR Supra at GIIAS 2019