1. Supra body kits diffuser
- Front Winch Bumper for the Supra body kits truck. The bumper features single 3.5 Inch Square Light Holes, Winch capable, and with factory parking sensors. Innovative Creations Inc Magnum Original Front Bumpers will blow you away with their Heavy Duty construction and stylish good looks! Made with the off-road enthusiast in mind, the Original Front Bumpers offer functionality, smart design, and will make your truck look great too.
- ICI offers most Original Front Bumpers with the option of a winch and non-winch ready front bumpers. These Heavy Duty truck bumpers have a OEM factory quality fit.
- The Original Front Bumpers are made in the U.S.A. from Premium Heavy Duty Carbon Cold Rolled Steel. The bumpers uses a three stage coating process to get the best matte black powder coat finish. Mounting the bumper is easy with the use of a 3 Piece bracket assembly also coated to resist corrosion.
- If a winch option is selected, the bumper provides bolt patterns for either a 4-way roller or hawse fairleads. Each front bumper has cut outs to run off-road lights.
2. Toyota Supra 2019
Fans of Japanese performance cars will be pleased to hear that just like the Nissan GT-R and Honda NSX, the Supra body kits comeback is a success.
It’s a brilliant sports car with an agile rear-wheel drive chassis, bold looks and quality damping that works well on British roads. We just wish it had a more exciting engine and a dash more individuality.
The Supra body kits is finally back in Britain. As one of the giants of the Japanese car scene – along with models such as the Honda NSX and Nissan GT-R – the name still has plenty of cache in the hearts of British buyers. But can the reborn model live up to the legend?
Toyota has been teasing the launch of the car for years now, so you probably already know how you feel about the styling. But whatever your opinion, there’s no arguing that it’s a striking and bold design.
It reflects what’s under the skin, too: the long bonnet hides the muscular six-cylinder engine, the double-bubble roof covers a cosy cabin, and the aggressive lip spoiler at the back sits over the two driven wheels.
3. Toyota Supra 2020
What a time to be a Japanese sports car fan. A whole bunch of storied names are available in the US. Today you can walk into a dealership and buy a new Acura NSX, Honda Civic Type R, Mazda MX-5 Miata, Nissan GT-R or 370, Supra body kits or WRX and now, once again, a Toyota Supra.
Not unlike when the NSX returned a few years ago, there’s been a huge uproar from die-hard Supra fans about this latest incarnation. The Toyota has been panned for its BMW-sourced platform and drivetrain.
And yeah, I could go down a rabbit hole debating if the new Supra is really a Supra since it doesn’t have a Toyota-built foundation and isn’t powered by a successor to the old 2JZ engine. But I’m not going to, because I don’t care. The new Supra is a good sports car, and that’s all that matters.
Styling that draws a crowd
- A good sports car needs to look the part, and debatably, the 2020 Supra body kits does. I’m not completely in love with it, but it’s attractive, and definitely distinct. There’s some fourth-gen Supra styling inspiration sprinkled into the front end and the nose takes cues from Formula 1 racers.
- Personally, I find the rear three-quarter angle the best view: The curvy haunches and integrated spoiler hark back to the old Supra. As for the faux hood and door vents, I actually don’t mind them, and take comfort in knowing that they likely will become functional should hotter Supra models launch down the line.
- The Supra body kits garners its fair share of attention from people at stoplights and in parking lots. In one instance, it caused a guy walk out of work, hop in his Scion FR-S, and follow me into a parking lot to talk my ear off for 30 minutes on a hot, sunny, sticky day. Rami, if you’re reading this, I hope the T-Mobile store didn’t fire you for that extended break.
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