Yes, but it's an absolute abortion!
Apparently Toyota did all they could to stunt any attempt at modeling their car! What usually works for hard-surface modeling basically goes out the window, because of the manufacturing methods they use (carbon weave), based on the grain of that and how it bends (and how they've chosen to bend it). See, the bottom of the sidepod intake looked fine, but at the top it looked pinched, and that's how I modeled it. Same with the bottom of the oil cooler intake on the airbox (tiny slits at the top of the car beside the center intake).
Other parts, like the gills in the rear wing, were just a nightmare. Same with the front wing endplates! They bend around 2 axis, then twist into a different two axis while splitting into two parts that almost overlap each other!