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Discussion in 'Pricing, Ordering, Negotiating' started by kabnine, Jan 31, 2019.
"#Supra #A90 #release #update #specialannouncement
Reservations will open on 19 June 2019, at noon AEST and will be available to approximately 100 guests as part of the first reservation window! As part of the reservation process, Toyota Australia will request the following information from you:
-A reservation payment
-A driver’s licence number
-Details of the guest’s MyToyota app account
-At least two preferences for colour, trim and grade
-Name and contact details
-Preferred dealer for delivery (Phil Gilbert Toyota of course)
Guests who are successful in reserving a vehicle will be contacted and guided by a #Supra #Concierge who will be there to assist you through your journey and attempt to match you up to a vehicle of your choice.
At this stage, you'll be asked for a further deposit.
The Concierge will facilitate a handover for you to make arrangements with their dealer (Phil Gilbert Toyota 😁 and draft a contract of sale.
When you #GRSupra is ready for delivery, the Concierge will confirm with both the dealer (Phil Gilbert Toyota) and yourself are happy to proceed with delivery.
Upon confirmation, the vehicle will be shipped to the dealer (Phil Gilbert Toyota) for predelivery and wholesale.
After delivery, Toyota Australia will provide you with special experiences and bespoke memorabilia befitting the #Supra and its halo position within TOYOTA. This will continue to build an exclusive #Supra #community that is aimed to enhance guest experience and to connect guests with other #Supra fans & owners such as with NSW Supra Club who Phil Gilbert Toyota proudly supports."
From a Sydney Toyota dealer
Ohhhh Details. Thanks so much for sharing. But so many more questions, like how does one get to be invited as a 'Guest', and of course, pricing.
EDIT: In unrelated news, I now have the MyToyota App and an account for it....
This is great info! Thanks MA617M!
Sure is, pricing released
Are you guys thinking of going for the GT or the GTS? HUD seems like a distraction but the better brakes seal the deal for me.
I am still trying to justify the price to myself..... Then I have to convince myself I can afford it. Brakes don't really matter too much to me, as this will be my daily and a bit of street fun, and i am not sure the HUD etc is worth the extra $10k. I could put that $10k towards the recently released TRD body kit parts
yeah, being rear brakes, i am not too fussed....
I'd be leaning towards the GT purely from a mass perspective
@MA617M did you guys get better or worse pricing than what you figured?
Toyota Supra in Australia is pretty expensive; and yet you have to win not 1 but 2 lottery in order to be one of the 100 customers to buy!
Not sure if any one posted this yet
Kind of what I was expecting. Right in the ballpark with the A45 AMG/RS3/M2 etc.
However, Toyota AU did an awesome job on GT86 pricing (only 29,990 starting) which was super competitive - so I guess we were all hoping for the same luck on the A90.
FYI - Its up on the Toyota AU website: https://www.toyota.com.au/all-new-supra
Called it on price - its a 100k+ car.
Supra "GT" $93,730
Supra "GTS" $104,379
Im a bit concerned why Aus is getting the bizzare model names of "GT" and "GTS". Everywhere else is "GR" and "PRO", or "RZ", "SZ" , etc. Hopefully its not a sign of the normal trend for importing lowering spec models for australian market.
The naming convention I think is just the way Toyota Australia are naming their sports models, the 86 also has GT and GTS trims. For the UK market they are the same with the GR Supra and GR Supra Pro, and the GT86 and GT86 Pro. Just different names for the (I'm assuming) same trim levels.