US Launch Edition Supra details and images

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  1. Guff

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    #1 Jan 14, 2019
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    Here are the Official photos of the Launch Edition of the Supra.

    This is limited to 1500 units (in US).

    It comes in Absolute Zero White, Nocturnal Black, and Rennaisance Red 2.0.The White and Black versions have a full red interior and red mirrors. The Red version has a black interior. All of them have carbon accents.

    They are all numbered and have Morizo's Signature on the dash on the passenger side.

    No performance difference.

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    The wheels look so much better in all black
     
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    Is 1,500 world wide?
     
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    just US
     
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    some articles said so (worldwide) when I read them at 6:30a, @Supra93, but now all of them appear to say US.
     
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    Ok, thanks guys. I was thinking that was just for the US. But 1,500 seems a little high. Especially if we're only suppose to be getting around 3,000 units a year.
     
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    Anyone guessing how many Supras gonna be built worldwide
     
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    6-7k units worldwide by the end of 2019 was what I was told a few weeks back
     
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    Damn that white looks so good, and the black wheels. Pleasantly surprised with the looks so far! The weight is the big discouraging point for me (coming from a 2600# BRZ), otherwise I like it.
     
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    I think A70 talked about this before the launch. Seems like the Toyota safety features added a hefty amount of mass to the supra :(
     
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    yeah, I'll admit I'm disappointed by the weight gain... I knew it would be something due to TSS, active suspension, 12-way adj heated leather seats, and the other nonsense, but I didn't think it would be quite that much.

    I thought fully loaded at mid to high 32xx was about right, but for it to be 3397 fully loaded and the base to the be the one that's around 3280 is unfortunate.


    Z4 is apparently 3,443 pounds though, so at least it's ~50lbs lighter than that lol.
     
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    2900 was the pre production mule
    335WHP learn the difference
     
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    :spaz: can't wait to see the first ones at the local cars and coffees.
     
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    Too bad Toyota didn't consider those little details to shave weight off like they did with the past gen. They could have done away with the dual exit exhaust system and some other things yet maintain the current requirements.
     

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