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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by JT, Mar 19, 2018.
They removed some of the camo from the quarter panel window.
Spotted in Moscow.
new set of wheels?
Was that hard fender/door line there before or that just a reflection
just a reflection. it's alwaysd been there but hte camo is doing it's job.
More pics with the black wheels.
Is it just me, or does the height of the fender and quarter panel appears to be not as bad in these new spy shots?
I think it's the bigger wheels and less wheel gap that is giving it a more sleeker appearance.
Might also be that they removed all the camo layers that were on the first batch of mules that had this type/pattern of camo.
Nothing ground breaking, but the color is starting to show.
If each headlight shifted outward towards the fenders about 3-4 inches and the front fenders were flared wider 3-4 inches, it would drastically give the car a better look. The lower vents (grill) and headlight placement, sit far too narrow. The lower vents are cut short towards the fenders by the vertical headlight vent which further gives the illusion of a narrow 'face'. Compare the Supra's flawed design with that of an AMG GT for example, a superior design. The GT's headlights sit into the fender and the lower vent openings extend towards the fender as well maximizing the wide, intimidating stance; an illusion of a wider car:
Doesn't the mkv look better in these photos above than in some of the other recent pics? Scale in the headlights in these pics is better now they have been covered, especially they DTLED scheme that runs into the center and are overall better in size relation to the narrow vents and hood width. The shape the headlights take on now is that of the new Aston Martin Vantage which also places the lights far into the fenders. It is a fatal design flaw Toyota needs to be aware of and fix. If you say you love it like it is, you might simply have convinced yourself to love the soon to be revealed product.
The soon to be revealed, still in camo, Supra. We've known the shape for four years, too late to complain about it or ask for a change.
Now, the Lexus LCF, that's going to be sexy.