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I spoke to someone who would get constant information from Toyota and other insiders during the A90 Supra project. I actually asked him on a livestream what's happening with the manual Supra and he said something along the lines of they are heavily considering a manual Supra way more now than they were just six months ago.I think they're more concerned that the Supra doesn't have a manuel.
This is a good sign since Toyota is getting what they want in terms of response to warrant a manual Supra, being that the car sold relatively well given the delivery difficulties in coastal ports and how late in the year (late-July 2019) the cars reached the dealerships and the constant outcry and request of a stick-shift from current Supra enthusiasts/customers and potential buyers. In my view, I believe that the chances of a manual Supra are getting higher and higher each day.
However Toyota's stubbornness is to my annoyance as they are forcing an outcry of response from the buyer base of this car and are expecting people to be on their knees as well as getting customers to buy the current car, though, with the ZF it's still a f*cking good car, I want one too. I just find it a bit annoying. Just build the damn thing in the first place.