Toyota Supra Heritage Edition Revisits Its Aftermarket Roots


The return of the Toyota Supra had more than just enthusiasts excited. The two-door performance coupe has a rich aftermarket heritage, even before the late Paul Walker piloted an orange, 2JZ-powered car in The Fast and The Furious. And at the 2019 SEMA Show, Toyota is embracing that heritage with the aptly named Supra Heritage Edition.

Packing “over 500 horsepower,” the Supra Heritage Edition is no 10-second car, but it is a damn cool take on the BMW Z4-based Supra. Toyota partnered with Precision Turbo and Engine to tweak the 3.0-liter straight-six’s turbocharger to stuff 18 percent more air into engine, while there’s also a custom intake, a three-inch exhaust, and a Mission Performance ECU. That’s a solid set of engine enhancements without getting too crazy.

The highlight for fans, though, should be the new body kit and…

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