The Toyota Supra 3000GT Was Our Favorite Supra Build At SEMA This Year

There were a ton of great builds, but this one's retro-inspired styling is just cool

The Toyota Supra 3000GT Was Our Favorite Supra Build At SEMA This Year
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The Supra 3000GT stands out at SEMA

The Toyota Supra 3000GT is one of the best concepts Toyota brought to the 2019 SEMA show. It’s nearly impossible to count how many customized Toyota Supras are at the 2019 SEMA show. Not only is the sports car popular with tuners, it’s a halo car for Toyota fans.

Toyota Customizing & Development (TCD) designed the Toyota Supra 3000GT Concept as a modern interpretation of the 1990s TRD3000GT Supra body kit.

The Toyota Supra 3000GT from the mid 90s.

The 1994 Toyota Supra 3000GT was a modded Supra that held off on engine modification. It was mostly a body kit with a tire, wheel and suspension upgrade. Frankly, it was a lot like the new 3000GT Concept that debuted this year at SEMA.

Compared to some of the other offerings Toyota brought to SEMA, this one looks like it has a bit of aftermarket production potential. Many Supra concepts are crazy boosted and modified to the moon. Fortunately, the 3000GT feels like it may see the light of day. Maybe.

The Toyota Supra 3000GT Was Our Favorite Supra Build At SEMA This Year

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What is the Supra 3000GT?

  • Bad news: a stock 335 horsepower 3.0-liter turbocharged I6 that makes 365 pound-feet of torque. The eight-speed automatic transmission is stock as well. Everything else is pretty cool.
  • Aggressive looking, custom exhaust system from HKS
  • Tein Street Advance Z adjustable coilovers.
  • Multi-spoke 19-inch wheels with Toyo Proxes R888R tires
  • Six-piston Brembo GT-S Monobloc brake calipers 14.96-inch two-piece rotors up front.
  • The vinyl-wrapped 3000GT comes with a wide body kit, massive rear wing and a larger front splitter. Large triangle-shaped vents adorn the hood and the front fascia is custom as well.
  • Bride Xero CS racing seats and a high-end Pioneer sound system are notable interior upgrades.

While there has been no announcement about possible production, we can easily imagine many of the suspension, body and wheel components finding their way to aftermarket builders. What do you think? Let us know which SEMA build is your favorite in the comments!