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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by JT, Oct 8, 2018.
@A70TTR is it based on a US spec car ?
not sure, but it's LHD and has a bunch of stuff pulled out anyways so.
they said there was going to be a track spec car, but I didn't think it would be quite that race car haha. Looks more like the Lexus RCF track spec cars that were available to race teams.
I'm sure they will use or have used some of that knowledge in the GR upgrade cars and packages that are scheduled however.
Die anyone notice that this is the first time we can see the interior (especially the center console) that much uncovered!?
Btw... dates in Germany are written like this. 22.07.2018.
No German would ever write it the way it's done in that photo.
That upshift sounds sweet
These pictures confirm.....when lowered and wheel gap addressed.....car looks sick AF
Wait a minute... I realized something other than the engine not having an oil dipstick... Do the turn signals not "click" when they're in their indicated position? To be clearer, if you push it down for signaling left or push it up for signaling right, do they stick down and stick up, respectively? I ask because I heard of some BMW cars only having a "click down" for signaling left and then having to click back up to stop signaling.
Haha, go read up on BMW signals; you're in for a treat.
Our first look at the rear hatch being opened!
Oh damn... why is this even a thing? I would see how a person unfamiliar with BMW products would be unable to intuitively use their signals lol.
Here's a video, for you guys wanting to buy the new Supra, on how to use your signals LOL. Trying to not make us look bad xD
Oh, never had been posted here?
I don't understand whats hard to understand about how they work, or how they are complicated? I quite like bmw's setup. Quick tap of the blinker stalk gives nice, quick 3 blink sequence for quick lane change. Or if actually needing to turn/keep the light blinking until the wheel turns enough to turn it off, you do the full pull/click of the stalk.