Toyota Reveals Additional SEMA Builds Based on Supra and Tacoma: Toyota Motor’s 2nd wave of custom SEMA vehicles breaks cover today, just in time for the holidays. The 2021 Toyota GR Supra Sports Top and Overlanding-ready TRD-Sport Trailer ensure that Toyota’s on- and off-road driving performance and adventure concepts continue to inspire Toyota fans and the automotive aftermarket.
This year Toyota Motor‘s 2-wave release plans mean that SEMA lives on long after the show. The company previously unveiled four builds in its wave one SEMA360 Showcase presentation, held Nov. 2, 2020. SEMA360 is the Specialty Equipment Market Association’s (SEMA) online program connecting the automotive aftermarket industry in a year that makes the traditional SEMA Show impossible.
The all-new 2021 Toyota GR Supra Sports Top concept is a perfect follow up to the widely popular 2020 GR Supra Heritage Edition. That debuted at Toyota Motor’s 2019 SEMA Show display, exciting Supra fans worldwide with its custom visual and performance upgrades paying homage to the iconic MKIV Supra from the late ‘90s.
And Toyota’s TRD-Sport Trailer answers the backroads adventure calls. And the growing popularity of Overlanding getaways in a year where socializing with family and friends is a challenge. However, the highlights from Toyota’s 2nd wave of SEMA360 Showcase creations include:
2021 GR Supra Sport Top
2021 GR Supra Sports Top inspired by the overwhelming response to the Toyota GR Supra Heritage Edition that debuted last year. So, Toyota Motors set out to dream up a fitting companion. Conceptualizing an open-air tribute to removable-top Supra models of the past. The team put much thought into the unprecedented task of removing the roof and a significant part of the Toyota GR Supra’s structure.
The crew ensured structural rigidity by reinforcing large sections of the vehicle’s frame. The now-iconic removable roof includes 2 composite panels that can be stored in the car’s trunk. Unlike a “T-Top” car. There is no center bar down the middle, just open air as far as the eye can see. As a sibling to the GR Supra Heritage Edition. The Sport Top delivers similar styling cues like the MKIV-inspired basket handle wing and round taillights. It has a striking profile all its own that includes a sexy black piano-finish canopy over the top.
Overlanding’s growing popularity inspired the Toyota Motors team to think outside the box. As they sought to make a true overland trailer out of a Tacoma pickup bed. The truly over-the-top TRD-Sport Trailer concept serves as a base camp to extend adventurers’ off-highway fun while being pulled by a Toyota truck or SUV.
It features a remote-operated scissor-lift that raises an innovative platform several feet out of the bed. There’s a Yakima 4-person tent with an awning and fly fishing-pole holders.
1. A custom-built toilet and trash can,
2. A refrigerator,
3. A hot water heater, fresh and gray water holding tanks,
4. A slide-out sink, and
5. A stove, and efficient campsite lighting. And that’s just getting started, as the details and campsite features are nearly endless.
2020 GR Supra Heritage Edition
This 500-plus hp sports car wowed Toyota Supra fans when it debuted late last year. And it makes an encore appearance in 2020 as the ‘take it to the next level’ inspiration for this year’s GR Supra Sports Top.
Returning to the spotlight for Toyota’s 2nd wave of content. So, this one-off creation painted in Re-entry Red continues to excite fans with its retro-inspired custom headlights, taillights, and MKIV-style rear wing. Upgrades such as bigger brakes, tuned engine, turbocharger and ECU, and custom front and rear suspension ensure it performs as spectacularly as it looks.
The Ornamental Conifer Supra and the 4WD (four-wheel-drive) Overland-Ready Tacoma also get a reprise from last month with a freshening of new materials.
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