The "Unofficial" Pricing U.S. 2020 Supra models!

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*sees 335 hp*

Uh oh... somebody messed up. Now wait for the trolls to destroy this car's reputation.
I hope that is a misprint, but if the weight of the car is low enough 335-400hp is plenty for most people
 

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From a credible source.
I was told it suppose to have around 335hp.
The price point is great! I'm a little disappointed in regards to HP, but hopefully they are quoting low and over-delivering. I'm also hoping its on the lighter side as well! I'm excited to finally drive one of these damn things and that Toyota is adding another sports car besides the 86
 

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335bhp?

I know its not a numbers game, but that seems pretty low for a 'sports' car when a hot hatch has 300 as standard these days.
 

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Cayman S has 360hp and 1380kg.

I hope the A90 is light.
 

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Well, it's nice to see they met the original 55k target Tada gave me for the fully loaded I6 car. I'd heard as high as 59.9k from US personnel, but I'm glad that wasnt the case as it would have been too high.

Also looks like the stripped down version will be available for less weight and complexity at 49k. Toyota USA actually did the right thing here IMO.

340ps is what it's always had; they tested above that, but I guess they decided it wasn't worth it or had some other reason.

The Launch Edition is the pre-order car, and among other things has some aesthetic changes and may come with some accessories off car, but at its core is the 3.0L Premium. That's all I know atm.
 

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