A video filmed in the UK at a convention of owners of modified cars has been published on the Web. In addition to many modified sports cars, the frames captured the fourth generation Toyota Supra in matte black, the owner of which installed a 5.9-liter Cummins diesel engine under the hood, and also provided the model with a number of technical improvements. As a result of the modifications, the Japanese coupe was turned into a full-fledged SUV.
Instead of the standard 2JZ petrol turbo six, the owner of Toyota Supra installed a 5.9-liter Cummins 6BT diesel engine under the hood, which, depending on the modification, produces up to 215 forces in stock. The unit was equipped with a non-standard turbine, which made it possible to increase the engine output. In addition, the coupe received large off-road tires, flared wheel arches, a roof rack and a towbar.
One of the main improvements of the Supra was the air suspension, which increased the sports car’s ground clearance by 127 millimeters. In addition, the model is equipped with a rear differential from the Lexus LS400 and a custom exhaust system. As a result of numerous modifications, the Japanese coupe was turned into a full-fledged SUV.
In mid-November, Toyota’s sports division unveiled a racing car inspired by the GR Supra. A very long model prepared for drag racing.