Featured First TRD Parts (and Pricing) Available For 2020 Supra

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    Damn, was hoping for that TRD manual option lol
     
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    Goddammit. Now my wallet is going to be even thinner.
     
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    Only if the side door garnish was paint matched.........sigh
     
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    #6 May 17, 2019 at 1:58 PM
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    wow, those prices..... holy hell

    Front lip: $2900
    Sideskirt (qty 1): $3180 x 2 = $6360
    Rear valence (qty 1): $1453 x 2 = $2906
    Door panel trim: $3361
    Spoiler: $1817
    Wheels: $5815
    Wheel locks: $363

    That's $23,522...
     
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    This looks like the BMW tax is slowing starting to set in. I hope they have UV inhibitors or else that beautiful CF will start to match that yellow exterior paint.
     
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    I'm still baffled by how they think that's anywhere near reasonable, especially for a a car that goes for $50k. Race grade carbon, which Toyota produces in house, is expensive but this is extreme.
     
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    It would be only the trunk spoiler for me, all the lips and skirts are oddly shaped imo.

    But that spoiler is pretty sexy
     
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    I’ll wait for the eBay replicas
     
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    It's not going to be that much here in the States. Different economies. Nobody would pay that. The wheels might go for 4k. The CF trim pieces maybe for 1k to 1500 each or so. I would also expect a black FRP/plastic option of the same item.
     
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    Expecting customers to pay 20k for cosmetics alone and no change in performance is some fine crack. Please pass that dealer's info.

    On the other note, the yellow and white supra with the TRD parts look so good. But I'd bet the aftermarket does a better job at less of a cost.
     
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    This is way more ridiculous than BMW tax. M performance carbon bumper lip for an M4 is only $1,300. They are trying to charge $1600 more than BMW would for a lip. WTF are they on?
     

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