Featured Revealed: Undisguised Interior and other cool shots of the New Toyota Supra from Nurburgring !

Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by JT, Oct 22, 2018.

  1. A70TTR

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    I assume that button below it [E] is a kill switch or to activate the fire suppression system, so as you said I'd imagine the rocker is for fuel or some other accessory they have added.
     
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    A70TTR, any idea that cell phone holder (black tape) will make it to production? lol
     
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    hahaha, I stared at that for a good minute this morning until a colleague came up behind me to say good morning, and we were both like ?

    I guess I haven't studied enough...
     
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    #19 Oct 22, 2018
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    The Porsche was first in class
    Edit: it was a 2019 spec
     
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    Too many plastic pieces in the engine bay.....
     
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    Supra has a 6800 redline, and a 7500RPM limit
     
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    I dunno most of those controls, infotainment, and shifter are pretty much straight bmw to me.

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    Just some examples I remember from the m4 and z4...
     
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    Oh that's because the new Supra is a BMW. Alot of interesting discussion on the topic...:thumbsup:
     
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    There is a turbo somewhere in there....right?
     
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    It saddens me to say this but the engine looks 100x better with the cover hiding that mess
     
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    Toyota's V8 and V6 doesn't look much better with the engine cover off.

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    I guess that’s what happens when everything is controlled electronically
     
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    It'll be an instant hit for the hella flush crowd #cambergang

    p.s-At least we have 2 cup holders now.
     
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    not sure if serious ...?

    its running full slicks, those are designed for at least -3degs of camber, otherwise you will wear the outside unevenly, regardless of the suspension type. heck even F1 cars run -3.5deg's.

    without diving into kinematics; not all MacPherson struts are equal, same goes for double wishbones. The actual Camber curve is what matters, as there are like a billion factor controlling camber gain/loss on bump and in steering. some MacPh's are REALLY intelligent (FK8 Type R!)

    "Don't let them tell you double wishbones are unnecessary" ... tell that to Porsche LOL. Cayman (like most Porsche's!) upfront is MacPherson, Mazda 6's front axle is a double wishbone, you can guess which was better camber curve.

    p.s.: wrong Toe alignment causes tire wear to a much greater magnitude than camber.
     
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    That vent is open :bow::headbang::thumbsup::beer::spaz:
     

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