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Old 07-10-2010, 05:55 PM   #1
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It seems very unlikely at this point. I'd sure like to see another one.


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'very unlikely at this point'

Only because we are in a world-wide recession (can't use the 'D' word yet). And the just released Lexus LFA. They don't want any talk of a new Supra to dampen the enthusiasm for the LFA. Maybe after the LFA has had it's run.

I hope, I hope, I hope....
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meh im fine with the mk2 and 3
probly would never buy a new one anyways.
i think new cars and trucks and rip offs. not to mention so shoddily made...
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We can only hope. Look at Dodge, it took them 25 years between Challenger generations. Plus there was a 6 year gap between 4th and 5th gen Camaro's. Hopefully it doesnt take 25 years, but maybe another 4 or 5 til we get out of this recession.
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valid point.

but if they ever do decide to create another supra, could they please!!!!

keep it an Inline 6.... we've got to keep the legacy alive!!!
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valid point.

but if they ever do decide to create another supra, could they please!!!!

keep it an Inline 6.... we've got to keep the legacy alive!!!
Agreed. If BMW can still make an inline-6 TT work, why can't Toyota?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_N54
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valid point.

but if they ever do decide to create another supra, could they please!!!!

keep it an Inline 6.... we've got to keep the legacy alive!!!
TOTALLY with you there..... keep the fucking legacy alive!
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Agreed. If BMW can still make an inline-6 TT work, why can't Toyota?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BMW_N54
Oh definitely and Toyota can do it better than BMW or anyone else!! MKIV is the legend, nothing will touch it - if and when there is a new model, I hope it will follow closely in it's footsteps. New Supra = very exciting thought indeed
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