Featured Supra spotted with production wheels

Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by BrettS, Apr 30, 2018.

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Are you loving the two tone wheels?

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  1. BrettS

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    #1 Apr 30, 2018
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    Admin edit: the photographer mentioned what looks like 255 front tire size.

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  2. Jdmuscle

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    Not bad.. nice design. I’m hoping monoblock calipers in all four corners.or maybe an upgrade kit like the one in BRZ for Brembos.
     
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    Yeah, much prefer the M wheels from the last spy shots.

    These look cheap and sit badly
     
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    They would look much better as either all-black or all-silver rims. As is they belong on a Hasbro toy, or on deep discount at Pep Boys.
     
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    Maybe they are the base model wheels??? :dunno:
     
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    #6 Apr 30, 2018
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    Needs a black ring

     
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    Thanks BrettS. Agree all black or all silver wheels, I prefer all black but hope those are not the final ones...the taillights seems to have a mesh type look, I havnt noticed that before...
     
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    I think that’s just a cover they have on the lights to block out some of the details.
     
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    Not a fan of the silver/black, but fits very much into Toyotas weird wheels these days. I think they would look pretty nice all as one colour.
     
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    These are also the first wheels we have seen with the Toyota hub cap...Its hidden, but its there.
     
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    i like the wheels..but despite the rumors about the Supra having a 4 cylinder dying down, the continued use of small calipers and a hint of using 225s is really confusing..
     
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    #12 Apr 30, 2018
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    From Motor Trend..

    "our spy photographers saw what looks like 255 on the front tire"
     
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    #13 Apr 30, 2018
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    225 section width seems way too small for this car unless it is a Euro spec 2.0T which I don't think is coming stateside. I was hoping at least 245 up front, 275 out back. Bigger is better!

    For what it's worth I am not surprised that the car is wearing Michelin tires. They seem to be the choice among GTLM class competitors. Only fitting the road car uses them.
     
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    perhaps a typo by motor1 since they put 225

    either way the front tires do seem oddly narrow, hard to tell if they are indeed 255s..
     
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    Yes, we received the pics from the same photographer and he said 255 front.
     
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