Paying any homage to the past, Toyota has created a one-off replica of the 1990s Supra for the online-only SEMA Show, SEMA360 . The Toyota GR Supra Sport Top built-off of last year’s GR Supra Heritage Edition by deploying 3D printing to create a removable roof.
“We had such a great response to the Heritage Edition last year,” said Ed Laukes, Group Vice President of Toyota Marketing, “I asked the guys at our Motorsports Garage if we could take the Heritage Edition to the next level and make a Supra with that removable roof everyone remembers from the MKIV?’” A good deal of the Supra’s notability comes from the Fast and Furious franchise, as the fourth-generation Supra became the modded star of drag races during a time when imports were at their most popular for racing aficionados. 2019’s version of the vehicle added a few elements to the existing fifth-generation GR Supra that echoed the fourth gen, such as rounded taillights and the basket-handle spoiler. 3D printed roof panels prior to painting and finishing. Image courtesy of Toyota. This year’s edition added a new feature: a removable roof. The video below explains how the design team came about 3D […]
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