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Discussion in 'General Supra Topics' started by Captain_Kirk, Feb 11, 2019.
I wish it had retain a lower fender height like the FT1. Damn pedestrian laws and safety regulations.
Can someone do all five generations of supra?
The most interesting thing is seeing it next to the best sports car on the market, the Cayman. Dimensionally, it’s the same length with the same wheelbase. In fact, in side profile they are damn similar. Looks like they took the Porsche benchmark seriously.
Main reason why the vents are sealed
I found these.
The 3D site that I got the pics from doesn't have anyone for the A40, A60, and A70.
That guy needs to learn how to scale things. How can the A80 and A90 have the same overall length?
I don't think that had anything to do with the fake vents. They said the car was test with both opened and closed vents (I'm assuming the ones on the front bumper) and that there was no performance gain and that the street version didn't really need them or something along those lines.
I think the height of the I6 also plays a role. The hood and fenders appears to be around the same height as the MK4.
Yeah, but somehow it wasn't that bad on the GR Supra racing concept. OP could you do a comparison with that?
^There you go.
It also doesn't help that he took random pics to compare them. People need to use either blue prints or 3D pics that were made with the manufacturer's specs.
..because the GR Supra Concept was misleading and Toyota knows the production version looks taller and wouldn't have looked as aggressive for an early reveal. They slapped on a wide ass body kit that completely enlarged each wheelwell beyond their production size...easy to tell by looking at the height of the headlights and the top of the wheelwell.