It ain’t the actual production-spec Toyota Supra, but if you squint a bit and use your imagination to remove some of the racing bits like the huge rear wing and all the intake scallops, there you have it.
It’s been 15 years since a Supra last graced a Toyota showroom floor, and the GR Supra Racing concept unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show is the closest indication of the next iteration, which will arrive in dealerships early next year.
In this instance, “GR” stands for Gazoo Racing, Toyota’s racing and go-fast parts operation. It’s a pet project of Akio Toyoda himself, so you know this car means business.
The concept’s composite hood, front and rear bumpers, front splitter and rear diffuser, side skirts, door mirror housings, and rear wing likely will be replaced with aluminum or other lightweight materials in the production version. But you can expect those composites to be available through the aftermarket.
Toyota supplied dimensions for the concept—wheelbase 97.2 inches, length 180.1 inches, width 80.6 inches, height 48.4 inches—but those are for a race-spec car, so comparing that to a future production model isn’t a good idea.