Cool rendering used for that video but the front end reminds me of a Korean car. The front intake area looks like an upside down Genesis Coupe... actually the whole car reminds me of it., except the roofline.
That would make it almost exactly 20 years since they stopped selling it in the U.S. I've been waiting this long I guess another year won't kill me lol. Just hope a pretty much close to production spec concept shows its face soon.
That looks really good even under full camouflage. Looks like it lost some of its width due to the tail lights being slimmed down but it still looks ultra wide. Definitely helps keeps my expectations high for FT-1.
Yea there's no better bang for the buck out there than the C7 probably, but there's something about the stigma of the name that wouldn't make me feel right about owning one. I know it's a petty reason not to buy a car but at the end of the day you gotta feel comfortable and identify with your...
Toyota doesn't really have this kind of corporate front end like many of the others. It's not as similar at least.
Though if you look at the Prius even that has a slight Enzo nose :stirthepot:
Don't laugh we might see this happen :p
I just read even the GT350R will have carbon ceramic brakes and carbon fiber wheels. Toyota better BRING IT with the Supra. Competition aint messing around and we have maybe two more years to wait, meaning even better cars on the horizon.
No one is using round headlights anymore, it's too retro on a modern design. They just keep getting slimmer and narrower.
Speaking of, how about Toyota borrow some of that laser technology from BMW while they're at it? :stirthepot...
I don't mind if the Supra ends up being the most beautiful Toyota design and they end up giving other models a similar face. The rest of the car's shape will still look nothing like any other Toyota. I'm sure the designers of the production version have probably been told to make sure to give it...