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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by Guff, Jun 5, 2018.
a guy over at clublexus has some info to share.
do you have a link to the original thread?
2019 highlander forum on CL
-1500kg =/= +3400lb
I'm lost, Google says 1500kg = 3,306.9lbs.
I guess you missed the press event in Spain were Toyota stated the car will be under 1500kg....
That was from Toyota themselves. "More than 300hp, 0-60 in under 5 seconds, and under 1,500kg" was what Toyota told everyone during the press drive.
Don't put words in my mouth. I never said anything either way.
Yeah it was on the pamphlet that Toyota handed out to everyone that attended the press drive.
Weird, why would Motor Trend post this? Must be a mistake....
They said that during the spain test drives
1 kg = 2.2046 lbs.
1500kg = 3,306.9lbs
If you keep saying it's 3400lbs,people will get confused
I don't want to drag this on any further,so back to topic
There is an article about the New b58 Engine:
Two versions, 340hp and 388hp. difference in the cylinder Head. The 340hp has an integrated manifold the 388hp a Classic manifold.
... and the plot thickens.
@PerformanceSound, we were just discussing this. it doesn't confirm our thinking per se, but the fact that separate heads are being utilized definitely adds some credence.