The front-end appearance of the basic A90 Toyota Supra really has the power to turn heads with its mix of F1 racer and traditional A80 Supra traits. However, its latest design from Japanese tuner Wald International is perhaps the most enraged-looking vehicle we've seen yet.
The revised nose that arrives with the Sport Line Wide kit retains the patterns of the hood bulge, much like on the typical car, but adds those lines far better effects, according to Wald's webpage.
Behind the new nose, the main air intake diminishes, giving it the appearance of an enraged mouth. Wald keeps the classic headlights, but by incorporating them into the new bumper, they look even more frightening.
A redesigned broader hood and front fenders flow into longer side skirts, matching the new bumper area. The back of Wald's Supra is just as daring.
Over-fenders broaden the track by 45 mm (1.77 inches) from each side, and a redesigned, more dramatic diffuser allows for 4 stacked tailpipes.
Just in case other drivers don't notice all those modifications, there's a massive two-tier back wing. Wald recognizes that such a radical alteration may not be to everyone's taste or budget, so it also provides a Sport Line kit that has a front and back spoiler but does not have the insane honk, broad fenders, or elevated rear wing.