This is what I think should go in the new FT-1/Supra: starting with the two existing blocks that are used in the Lexus IS (V6) and RC-F (V8), offer two engines which would either be a twin-turbo V6 or an N/A V8, making power that rivals the GT-R, as it should be, since the Mark IV Supra back in the 90's competed with the R34 GT-R, so it only makes sense to develop the FT-1/Supra using the current GT-R or the upcoming R36 model as its benchmark. A customer can also pick between two transmissions: a 7-speed manual transmission for the purists, and an 8-speed dual-clutch transmission for those who wanna go through the gears quicker and haul ass as fast as they can. Another thing too, if this car actually gets to production it ABSOLUTELY CANNOT have a hybrid system. A lot of people are upset that the upcoming R36 GT-R will be a hybrid, and if the new Supra comes out without a hybrid powertrain, it gives the people who can afford it an alternative. It will also keep the car's weight low compared to the GT-R, and that will be another huge advantage, since people have been complaining about the GT-R's weight since the R33 came out. Toyota should develop this car to be powerful, but also lightweight and agile, characteristics that unfortunately the GT-R doesn't have. And that's what will make the car very competitive. And if Toyota can somehow manage to do this while keeping the car similarly priced to the GT-R or a lot less, say $80-90K, then I know for a fact that this car will be a HUGE success.