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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by Supra93, Mar 25, 2019.
Gloss black would have been more classy
More Supras spotted.
Based on Doug DeMuro's Z4 review, contrary to MKV, Z4 has logos all over the place.
Yesterday I saw new X2 for the first time, it has a BMW logo on right above it's rear quarter panel.
Very funny Doug review. He already found 2 odd features/bugs. The infotainment's default temp in Celsius when everything else is in Fahrenheit. Also, the rear brake lights in the corresponding tail lamp are off when the turn signals are activated.
Are you referring to the Z4 logos in the center console, by the shifter and on the roll bars? I don't think the MKV has any of those Supra logos around the interior. My original quote was about the brakes. The BMW has the M logo on the caliper and the MKIV had the Supra logo on the brake caliper. The MKV's are blank. Also the 86 had the "T" logo secretly placed around the car.
That BMW logo is such an odd placement. It's very similarly located just like the Z4 fender emblem/sidemarker was located. Very ugly.
I found the press release, but no word on production numbers.
the Z4 at the BMW dealer by my house looks even worse.
Is that hood even closed? The Z4s in pics I've seen so far have looked much better then the Supras in this department
Been talking to some people, and it got me wondering. Does the engine come pre-broken in ala NSX? Or does the manual suggest an easy 500 miles?
I saw a Z4 at a local dealership and the fit and finish was impeccable. The paint is by far better than any other BMW I've seen. Panel fit and gaps were all tight. There is a recent comparison between the Z4 and Caymen Boxter in Car and Driver magazine, they gave the Z4 a 9 for fit and finish, the Porche an 8.
I'm 90% certain that hood just isn't closed all the way. And if not, that car may have been tapped.
DeMuro's video shows much tighter fit and finish..