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  1. For those interested there are some great road tests of the new 2021 285kw Supra on American web sites via Youtube. I note that all the testers spend lots of time laughing due to the exhilaration of driving the 2021 car.
  2. Hi Guys and Girls, Virginia and I presently live in Qld and own an absolutely brilliant Aurion Pressra, however since Virginia and I retired we have lived all over the world and Australia for the last 18 years. Of course this means driving all over Europe and cruising my Paris based hire car at 175 kilometres an hour on German Autobahns. I was not willing to go any faster as I did not know what speed the French tires were rated to. We are now settled in an apartment in Broadbeach and are intending to add a Supra GR GTS 2021 to our garage when the new 285kw version is available later this year. However, where we end up in 12 months time is anyone's guess. Crazily I am intending to do the grey Nomads thing with a Supra and not a caravan. No, luckily, we are not grey bit still nomads. Cheers Greg
  3. Thanks. It just seemed so strange with over 70 coming onto the secondhand market within a few months. Boy are the owners of those secondhand cars going to take a large loss of cash. If the new version can really do 0 to 100 in around 3.8 secs then its a really cheap super car. Cheers Greg
  4. I presently drive an absolutely brilliant Toyota Aurion Pressara and am intending to add a 2021 Supra GTS to my garage when the new 285 kw model is released later this year. Now a question to fellow Toyota enthusiast. On my reading, and sitting in the car many times, the new Supra GTS is a brilliant car for the price and the new 285kw model will be an easy Porsche beater, and for only $100,000+ Now, what I do not understand is why there are over 70 2019 Toyota Supra GTS's languishing on the secondhand market. Am I missing a failing in the new Supra or did present owners just buy from the initial allocations just to make a profit ?? So just to confirm my question is there a problem with the new Supra GT GTS that is causing so many Supras to be sitting on the secondhand market. OK, so it is a BMW Z4, but with Toyota quality built in. Thanks Guys