Don’t say my opinion is wrong, then tell me the car being worthy of a nameplate is subjective, and then it lives up the Supra expectations. I have my opinion and maybe you’re not old enough to see where the Supra used to sit previously, but a budget Cayman is not that.Well that's your wrong opinion lol. The thing is, that's because they did do more than what you said. Worthiness of the nameplate is subjective. For what it is, it's a damn good car and I'm just happy that the nameplate is back with a sweet inline-six, RWD sports car that puts insane near-supercar figures (like bruh 3.7 seconds to 60 mph? That's faster than any Lexus product ever made bar the LFA. Watch the Supra GRMN wipe everything Lexus has). I'm just waiting for the manual. Otherwise, it meets up to the Supra nameplate's expectations.
LMAO what? Wrong. It uses a 7-speed automatic. That could be the dual-clutch or a Toyota made automatic that's meant for racing purposes. TRD USA f*cked up. If it's what you're saying then it would use an 8-speed automatic. Yikes bro.
Here, it even says it in their god damn brochure. But go ahead hate on me for saying the truth.
You and @Gecko both just showed me how you guys discussed by using anecdotal evidence or just incorrect facts. You did it a couple of times, the most recent thing being the transmission debacle in the Supra GT4, and @Gecko making predictions for himself that the GR Supra isn't holding up well and that's contrary to early reports of the car being able to handle so much stress. He also forgot that the platform is only 1 year old so he's just using baseless predictions.
Don't get mad at me for being optimistic, I have criticized the car on many regards but it is objectively the best Supra that's ever been built.
But that's not his fault. He still teased us with a load of info and you're just pressuring on just the few things that he said previously that happened to change. So what if some sh*t goes south sometimes? At least Toyota is getting way more than Lexus can ever dream of.
3.7 seconds is nothing with today’s transmissions, tires, and launch control. And there’s more to the Supra than track times, there was even a time when the MR2 was quicker the Supra.
It uses the ZF8 with the 8th gear electronically removed. You’re welcome to email TRD USA, TMC Europe, or any of the dozen race teams that have the car to prove me wrong. If you’re going to act as an expert atleast do the research (which isn’t just googling things) to back it up.
It is objectively the best Supra, but being the best car is besides the point. The Mustang Mach-E is arguably the best Mustang ever, but doesn’t mean the car represents the name Mustang.