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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by marco, May 29, 2019.
the Video is in German... but with English subtitles
enjoyed his reaction, seems like a humble guy
congrats to him, seems happy
cant wait for mine
I should go to my dealer with a camera crew as well and hope that they'll give me the 3rd Supra
I love Jean pierre.... he is a absolutely nice guy and made himself the most popular car guy in Germany.
I was so excited to see the video and even more excited that the very first private supra was delivered here in Germany, because I thought the first ones here will be delivered in September.
I'll drive to Dortmund next week and have a look at his Supra
the question now is, if Germany delivery is May-Jun
when is the rest of the world, i dont think its 5 months later, some say September, i dont think so
i think by August everyone should get his order
Wow that silver looks sexy. Really classy looking and shows off the lines really well.
I was sold on white till I saw the silver. Stock wheels go perfectly with the silver due to wheels being two tone with one tone matching the silver. Hum.....White or silver, that is the question.
IMO Turbulence Gray is even more beautiful
This silver is amazing but too light very close to white
His reactions are priceless, I couldn't stop myself from imagining being in his position.
The silver is beautiful and as I have never owned an auto, I cannot wait for the manual version.
any news on the Supra in Oman or Bahwan?
Black looks very good too. Glad Jean Pierre is very happy with his new ride.
thats what i ordered mine in, so hype for black!
He's like a little kid all over again trying to contain his excitement
It was cool of some dealer staff to have an A80, A70 and A60 on display too. And for JP to bring his own MKIV. The staff still being very reserved and professional were obviously enjoying the handoff event too.
Aside, for a few minutes I got completely derailed over my fascination with the augmented reality headset system they were using. I've been following that tech's development for years now and it's really cool to see it in some real world application.