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      01-16-2019, 11:23 AM   #205
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I'm trolling a bit but from a product line standpoint, the RC-F currently holds the top of the line spot of Toyota performance cars.

Entry level: GT-86 ($28K)
Mid Level: A90 Supra ($50K)
Flagship: Lexus RC-F ($80k)

Toyota execs must've seen this and decided not to make the Supra too powerful so that it did not cannibalize sales of the RC-F.

Hopefully, I am wrong, Toyota has said that they want 3 sports cars and hopefully they realized that the RC-F is a GT sedan for older sugar daddies and not close to a sports car. That would mean that there is still another sports car in the works by Toyota, maybe MR-2? but if that's the case where does it fit price wise? in between the $50k Supra and the $28k GT86?

Who knows at this point but I hope we get a $60k car with 380-400hp and some more neat stuff

Originally Posted by Red Bread View Post
Is it 420 where you are?
Originally Posted by Reed View Post
Lmao I think you mean the LFA, that's what should have been the Supra.
Originally Posted by pz619 View Post
The only way the RC-F is going to beat the GTR, in any test that involves moving, is if the driver of the GTR is stuck at line because he's laughing so hard.
Originally Posted by M3Post View Post
Really? I guess I missed the TOY GT-R killer = RC-F and all of its 467hp.
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