Featured Toyota Supra Racing Version Thread

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  1. JT

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    In a scene from MotorTrend's Downshift episode featuring Toyota's designers discussing the FT-1 concept, we see sketch boards behind a covered FT-1 which shows a preview of the FT-1 Racing version concept (screen capture below).

    Its design and color scheme certainly seems similar to one of the FT-86 concept models -- the G Sports Concept.


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    Notice also that the background behind the Racing version sketch appears to show an outline of the Nurburgring track.

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    I saw this over at the other thread posted by Supra93. It looks like the real deal. The wing even looks like the teaser from Toyota. What do you guys think?

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    That looks hot! :love:
     
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    I'm not really feeling that huge fix wing. I'm still hoping for an active rear wing option.
     
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    could very well be but i think that might still be a non-official rendering...where is the wing mounted in the render going? toyota's teaser makes it pretty clear it sits on the trunk but the visible mount seems to just disappear behind the car in the magazine. personally i think that rendering looks a bit watered down so im hoping production ends up lookin a little more aggressive than that especially considering it has a widebody kit/look..
     
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    +1 looks very much to be an amateur render.

    Might be close to the real deal, but IMO not the real deal.
     
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    I do like it but that nose intake is really bugging me how it’s taller and doesn’t line up with the side intakes.
     
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    Just picked up by MotorTrend. Hopefully with all the publicity we'll have new members signing up.
     
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    I think just re-read what it says in the 3rd paragraph... “if the leak is to be believed”
     
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    If you look closely at the wing from the magazine render it seems its attached at a lower point where as the official tweet pic from Toyota the attachment points can be seen on the top of the trunk. I think its just a good render not really a "leak"
     
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