Following a preview earlier this year, Liberty Walk was officially unveiled their new styling program for the Toyota Supra.
Available in carbon fiber or fiberglass, the package includes an aggressive splitter, canards and a prominent rear wing. It also features a massive diffuser, extended fenders and new side skirts.
The fiberglass kit costs $14,850 (¥1,485,000), while the carbon fiber version retails for $15,950 (¥1,595,000). Liberty Walk also offers a kit with a ventilated hood, and it’s notably more expensive as pricing begins at $17,930 (¥1,793,000).
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Of course, you can also order a number of components individually including the front splitter which starts at $2,750 (¥275,000) and comes with canards. Likewise, the hood can be bought for $3,080 (¥308,000), while the rear wing begins at $3,850 (¥385,000). Lastly, the diffuser and rear fins can be purchased for $3,300 (¥330,000).
Besides the styling package, Liberty Walk offers an AirRex air suspension for $7,900 (¥814,000).
Since there aren’t any performance changes, engine options carryover. In the United States, the 2021 Supra features a turbocharged 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine that has been upgraded to produce 382 hp (285 kW / 387 PS) and 368 lb-ft (498 Nm) of torque – an increase of 47 hp (35 kW / 48 PS) and 3 lb-ft (4 Nm).
The model also offers a new entry-level turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that develops 255 hp (190 kW / 258 PS) and 295 lb-ft (400 Nm) of torque. It’s connected to an eight-speed automatic transmission which enables the coupe to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-96 km/h) in approximately five seconds.