Episode 2 Drops for Both GR Supra Sport Top and TRD Sport Trailer
PLANO, Texas (December 9, 2020) – Even though SEMA360 is in the rearview mirror, Toyota’s SEMA builds continue to build steam. Fans can follow along today with Episode 2 in the series for the GR Supra Sport Top and the TRD Sport Trailer.
The GR Supra Sport Top goes under the knife in Episode 2, as the team begins the actual surgery involved in cutting the roof off the sports car. On the overlanding side of the house, the TRD Sport Trailer’s backbone starts to take shape along with serious features that bring comfort and livability to the great outdoors.
Continue to follow along, as the team at the Toyota Motorsports Garage works through the challenges of these two unique builds at the links below:
These two episodes are far from the end of the SEMA story. Toyota will drop a full press kit for Wave 2 content later in the month. Stay tuned to see how the cars turn out in their finished form.
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