How hot is the Toyota Supra on the internet, even a full 15 years since it was last produced? Along with googling ‘Amanda Bynes’ and a few other search engine phishing lures, the Supra is still a dangerous thing to discuss and search for online.
What do we mean? Well, when researching this article, we were cruising some very strange parts of the internet to gather all these image assets.
When doing so, even my normally-silent anti-virus and security programs went bananas, blocking things and demanding updates and directions on next steps.
Far more than Japan’s first rear-drive, straight-six supercar with a twin-turbocharged engine: the Supra is still competing and winning on race tracks and show circuits all over the world in 2013.
Heavily modified and often with more crash damage than Lehman Brothers, the Supra ’s that are left are terrifying night-stalkers capable of pushing 900 horsepower.
The looks will define the Supra’s importance as a halo car. And locked lips from Toyota have not stopped the world’s Supra fanatics from rendering their own speculative Supra concepts.
In partnership with BoldRide, TopSpeed is thrilled to share this latest set of Supra renderings.
In black with some familiar features about the rear wing in particular, these are very unique and exciting compared with the Bullfinch mystery render and Toyota’s own white FT-HS concept.
Click past the jump to get a closer look at these BoldRide renders, or also a re-cap of some other quite surprising outside proposals for the next Toyota Supra.