German automotive company AC Schnitzer has tuned the Toyota Supra, fettling with the power, performance and styling thanks to the sportscar’s shared BMW Z4 base.
The controversy surrounding the Supra’s foundations — which shares many components with the German BMW Z4 — has enabled AC Schnitzer to tune its first-ever Toyota. As a result, the Supra now packs 400 BHP from its straight-six engine, considerably increased torque of 442 lb-ft, and a 0-60 MPH time that is sure to be sprightlier than the standard 4.6 seconds.
Elsewhere, AC Schnitzer has added an adjustable Coilover suspension that naturally sits 25mm lower than standard, a louder exhaust, a bevy of new wheel choices measuring at 20-inches per set, and most notably, a new aerodynamics kit comprised of a carbon fiber rear wing, a front splitter and carbon fiber vents on the hood.
Take a look at the AC Schnitzer Toyota Supra in the gallery above and enquire online for a post-Spring 2020 delivery of the tuning package.