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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by Supra93, Feb 8, 2019.
I want to try the simulator!
For all you guys in the Dallas area in Texas, it seems the 2020 Supra will be at the DFW auto show this weekend. The Supra appears to be one of their featured vehicles on the website: https://www.dfwautoshow.com/experience/featured-vehicles/
In my opinion, the car looks good from seeing it at the Toyota Headquarters in Plano. It'll definitely be a head turner for sure. I would highly suggest for those putting money down on the launch editions to take a look at it. Probably won't be able to sit in it, but at least you'll know how it looks in person.
I heard they'll be placing it right next to the BMW exhibit .
(Bum dum tss)
Yes! I will be there on Friday. I took this photo going in to work at the DART train.
Or y'all could have just seen it for free at Toyota's HQ.
Looks like I can go on Sunday, not easy with 3 kiddos. lol
Doesn’t look like BMW will be there, they’ve been absent from there for years now. Probably contract negotiations.
I will be driving through DFW on Friday. I plan on a stop.
Does anyone know if the car is being displayed anywhere in the DMV(DC Maryland Virginia) area?
I finally saw the car in person and nothing compares to the thousands of pictures I’ve seen. As expected, the people at the Toyota area had no clue when the car will be available to purchase. All I heard was vague answers from good looking women. SMH
Attended the show. Made a beeline to the Toyota area, and because they had their area so damn jam-packed full of Camry's and trucks, it took me way too long to finally find the Supra. Because that stand is the epitome of stupidity in order to evaluate a car, I had to come back multiple times to wrap my head around it. Yes, there were other folks looking at it, but Ford had 10 times more people looking at the Bullitt Mustang. Toyota really dropped the ball, but RAV4's and Camry's pay the bills that cars, like the Supra, cash. Now to the point, the Supra has design unlike any car I've laid eyes on. Organic, but with an aura of toughness. Those non-operative vent areas look more like scars, which add a bunch of character to an otherwise very attractive car. Looking at it with that $50K price tag in mind, it met the challenge. Adding in the fact that it has that exotic straight-six drive train, the car as a whole seems like a screaming bargain. (Please keep in mind that I spent plenty of time looking at much lesser cars that had numbers approaching the Supra's). To summarize, I'm more damn smitten than I was before. July cannot come quick enough.
I stopped in for only a short period. snapped a few pics. car looks much better in person and the white is very nice.
Does anyone know if the Supra will be at the DC Auto Show (Washington D.C) starting tomorrow?
Yes, its suppose to be there in red.
Really bummed that I was out of town for this one. Looks like they didn't allow anyone to sit in these anyway.