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The glass speedometer is a really cool detail that I hadn't seen before. They should have tried to incorporate more glass into the interior of the Supra. Right now I feel that the glass speedometer is the only thing that looks that way in the interior. It makes it look slightly out of place.



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Seems like the steering wheels is made partially of carbon fiber, is that someone we can see make its way to production?
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Seems like the steering wheels is made partially of carbon fiber, is that someone we can see make its way to production?
I don't see why not. The TRD MKIV Wheel came in Carbon Fiber, and the LFA wheel also comes in Carbon Fiber, so I feel like it's very possible that the MKV Supra will have a similar wheel. Perhaps an option, if not standard.


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I don't see why not. The TRD MKIV Wheel came in Carbon Fiber, and the LFA wheel also comes in Carbon Fiber, so I feel like it's very possible that the MKV Supra will have a similar wheel. Perhaps an option, if not standard.
Good point. I guess if it does make it into production on the MKV, it could just be on a high trim. I think it will be better like that, more exclusive. As an option it will be too attainable.
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is the MKIV wheel really carbon fiber ?? that i did not know....
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I know!!!!! I don't even want to mention it hoping not to jynx it...
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Im digging the "toggle" style switches. I think it adds some no nonsense attitude for the interior.

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wow - I think i just fell deeeeeep in love
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