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  1. Second generation Toyota GR86

    I don't have a problem with the car at the moment. I like how my 86 drives but the internet loves to complain, If the chassis is stronger for handling purposes and they got rid of the torque dip, it's going to be fun stepping in and driving around, but will still have to battle the cheap ponies...
  2. Second generation Toyota GR86

    So, more torque, improved Chassis and increased price? Would love to know if it gained more weight during this time and if horsepower also increased a tad. You already know people are going to complain if it isn't at least 230HP.
  3. Toyota S-FR concept

    Just making sure, I'm no A70, but if Toyota is going to make something, the sales figure and cost has to be there. Mazda can do it, Toyota supplies them some help with R&D on a new platform. But I don't see Mazda letting that happen
  4. Toyota S-FR concept

    The lesson here for Toyota was man, creating a sports car is expensive. But we do got Mazda, let's see what we can do with them. :)
  5. Toyota S-FR concept

    Just to add, this was cancelled and dead, but even more so with what's going on now. If toyota had plans to make this or do some form of this SFR, it got killed very shortly due to this Pandemic.
  6. Toyota "Preparing" Hotter Supra GRMN, Says Chief Engineer

    This caught my eye. Anything you can say about the GR86? I thought they were going to do little with it for the upcoming gen
  7. Second generation Toyota GR86

    There's 2 answers here. Either get cheaper since they would use the same platform, like 23k cheap while giving a horsepower bump, or be at the same price and have a beefed turbo option 260 hp at 33k, satisfying the people who wants power and will pay for it. Just the option will satisfy...
  8. Second generation Toyota GR86

    I hope the new 86 just has a little more visual pop to differentiate the old generation. I wonder if the car will weigh just a bit less and have some torque bump
  9. Should we wait for the Manual Transmission Supra? Update: Tada-san says no to MT?

    I thought we've seen the last of A70's wojnarowski-esque Toyota bombs
  10. Should we wait for the Manual Transmission Supra? Update: Tada-san says no to MT?

    At least we got the Lexus LCF to look forward to.
  11. Should we wait for the Manual Transmission Supra? Update: Tada-san says no to MT?

    Not to mention that if memory serves correct, Japan doesn't like to leave things out unless it's one hundred percent confirmed. Example: If there's even a 1 percent chance of a manual, they'll say it's likely. This is telling me that there's no chance of a manual. So unless the question was...
  12. Should we wait for the Manual Transmission Supra? Update: Tada-san says no to MT?

    Tada could also just point out that the supra will not have a MT in the foreseeable future to force buyers to pony up now to boost sale numbers now in the first 3 years before working on a MT. Don't think he'd have said no after the car is released rather than before so people were moreaware of...
  13. Customer Mode?!? Dealership Joyride?!? Dealer BS?

    I live in NJ. If it helps, there's a Supra at Toyota of Hackensack which isn't far from ECT. I've done business there. There's a guy named Jay who's the manger and more of a car guy than a salesman. Obviously, he's going to do his job to make money, but I'm sure a compromise can be done between...
  14. The Lexus LC500 & LC500h, Plus LC-F Talk

    While that may be the case and I'm aware A70 said that a while, it just puts in perspective that one can have 3 A90';s or one LCF. Though, he seemed to love the idea of a LCF defeating the GTR and the other euro supercars.
  15. The Lexus LC500 & LC500h, Plus LC-F Talk

    While that is true, I'd figure it's a better term to use than the LFA that was certainly NOT mass-produced as that car costed 300k. You got me there. That's true, but I wonder how much they are going to crush the competition with a budget of price of 150k and what kind of stats and...
  16. The Lexus LC500 & LC500h, Plus LC-F Talk

    I know you hinted at it before but jesus christ, I never though Lexus could go that far in pricing and upmarket. The LC I felt was the highest they can go for a mass-produced vehicle
  17. Supra center of gravity

    "The way they say that they measure CG is highly error prone at the angles of lift that they are likely achieving, especially since they probably aren't inflating the tires extraordinarily high as well as not using solid struts instead of the springs/dampers. The more common way to use the...
  18. Second generation Toyota GR86

    Next gen 86 and new MR2 sitting next to the Supra, what a time to be alive
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