Over the course of Toyota’s more than 80-year history, the famed Japanese automaker has created numerous competition and performance-focused divisions such as TRD and Gazoo Racing — the former of which modifies existing Toyota production models while the latter churns out up-specced, aftermarket components for the brand’s cars. And after previously showing off a heavily modified GR 86 concept earlier this summer, Gazoo has now officially revealed yet another new “GR PARTS Concept” and the myriad of performance componentry and bodywork that distinguish it from the donor’s stock form.
Riding on a special set of 19” Y-spoke forged aluminum wheels, the GR PARTS Concept wears a full aero kit with a front fascia, an extended splitter, a RAM air inlet duct, air outlet-equipped wheel arches that have been widened by 1.7”, side skirts, new bumpers front and aft, a rear diffuser, and a rear wing. Largely crafted from carbon fiber, these aero upgrades are said to greatly bolster downforce, mitigate turbulent air surrounding the car, and massively reduce drag. Now sporting a revised interior with a forged carbon trim package, the concept car also benefits from a quad-tip exhaust system, larger monoblock braking hardware, and a revised suspension setup. To learn more, you can check out the manufacturer’s website linked below.