I agree the 50k number is more attainable, and I am also worried that the Supra value could drop like a stone. No one knows what will happen, so some people will take a chance and get the Supra while others will wait to a least drive the C8 before committing. I am keeping an open mind till I see and sit in the Supra. But damn Chevy sure is making people sit up and take notice with this carI agree with the state of mind. I'm 38 and WAS sold on buying a Supra. Just waiting for an opportunity to test drive one since I'm 6'3 and need to fit. Most expensive fast cars I come across are driven well below the speed limit by "elderly" people, mostly men, in Corvettes, Porsches, etc. Such a shame. I think the Supra and it's 50k price is a lot more attainable. Especially in a couple years when they have plummeted in value like most BMW products do. I do not expect them to hold their value well. People around my age with a halfway decent job should be able to pick one up. 60-65k and up is a bit higher bracket that's mostly filled with more seasoned individuals.
And yeah, some of us old men just putt around at the speed limit but we have a smile on our face. Life is short so enjoy whatever you drive even if it is a Corolla!