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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by Captain_Kirk, Jan 17, 2019.
I guess the 12 way seats are for the tall folk
Grid kids are cool but grid girls were also amazing.
The Toyota HQ isn’t open on weekends, you won’t even be able to drive up to the lobby as there is a gate preventing entry from the main road.
I went at 5:30pm on a weekday and the lobby was open to the public. They even had one of the test cars in the visitor parking lot.
Ha, I see myself in some of the photos from HQ.
I have not been back up front to see if it is still there (it's one of the test vehicles) but the lobby it's at is open to the public during work hours. There is no badge access requirements where it was located..
Some of the angles that this car has been shot at do not do it any justice. A definite must see in person, and I feel the mod scene will be great.
Also, people trying to dismiss the Supra name on the car before the mod scene gets a hold of it for me makes me see they missed the whole point of the car and what the Supra has stood for in recent time.... But, people expected more, when Toyota spoon fed us with how this car would turn out.
Oh I like that angle a lot.
This reminds me, has else has ever caught their chin on the frameless windows ? That hurts so bad when you falling into your car lol.
I believe this one is sitting in a Toyota center in the UK. Idk why it isn't RHD.
they didn't make many of the RHD cars due to primary testing being in LHD countries, including country of origin.
It looks like its getting ready to leave HQ.
@A70TTR, are the show / display cars also getting crushed afterwards?
eventually yes, but I've driven around more than one production prototype after the production cars were for sale
This one is sitting in Tokyo.
Who are these lucky people