In early January last year, the Toyota FT-1 Concept broke cover at the Detroit Auto Show which previewed the next-generation Supra. The previous Supra had competed in Japan’s Super GT race series, which currently includes a racing version of the all-new Honda NSX as well.
Although the finalised design of an all-new Supra has yet to be confirmed, that didn’t stop Javier Oquendo Design from rendering this stunning Super GT racing version of the FT-1, complete with the aerodynamic aids as those seen on other Super GT competitors. That includes a large, raised rear wing, rear diffuser, and flared wheel arches. This is all topped off with a TOM’s Racing-Castrol livery although the designer released another rendering without it as well.
With Toyota and BMW currently working together in a sports car partnership, certain design cues from the FT-1 Concept is expected to make its way to the production car although no timeline or dates have been provided so far.