Manufacturers like Nissan and Subaru There will be interesting things in 2022 Toyota Auto Salon, but there will also be a group after-sales companies. One thing worth noting is The side of the veil, the Japanese tuning company that was founded and is still run by Hironao Yokomaku and perhaps gained global fame thanks to Fast and furious Franchising. But the operation has been around for much longer and won the first show award in 1991 Tokyo Auto Shop, a decade ago The Fast and the Furious started teaching us about the importance of family. Carscoops report that Yokomaku is working on a new Toyota Supra tights for next month’s salon, the images in it prove that the CEO hasn’t stopped obsessing over everything overkill.
Right now we only have unpainted photos of the work in progress, some of which we took from a Japanese video of a tour inside the VeilSide warehouse workshop. The Supra there will be an exaggeratedly angry front clip, an overhead nosecone hovering over a large front spoiler with attention-grabbing aero bands on the sides. The intakes contained inside will suck in a large amount of air. This flows back to the new hood with perforated bulges and a large air intake as well as wider fenders with serious arches. The side sills extend like a jig and connect the front to the wide rear end. The back shows the GR Supra’s ducktail-like spoiler lined with exposed bolts hosting a wired diffuser, possibly from a range of Gundams. The pack sits on a quartet of five-spoke VeilSide-branded wheels wrapped in low-profile professional rubber that just peek out from below the kit.
It is nothing less than what we expect from the company. If you want to hear about the car in Yokomaku’s way and you speak Japanese, check it out this video from the 8:40 mark.