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09-27-2014 10:44 PM
pegasus
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Originally Posted by Squirrely Kid View Post
I wouldn't complain if it came in at GT pricing
Or even TMG pricing

Seems like Toyota wants to bring TMG to a production level
09-24-2014 05:42 PM
MKV
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Originally Posted by Iceman View Post
Well we don't want it too cheap... you do get what you pay for.
Also the Frs is supposed to be like 35k for 300hp 4 cylinder turbo.

So we have a good idea priced at least in the 50k plus mark
Using the lExus RCF as a Guage at 63k the FT1 should seat around the 55k to 65k mark if i had to guess using competition, lExus sports cars and a guess at the motor being true to the Supra roots and being a 6 cylinder turbo
This is true, they do have to keep the supra spaced well apart from the FR-S as to not take away from eachother and also in effort to offer up good significant options to consumers, and lets not forget the competition.
09-23-2014 03:18 PM
Mr.Big I'm thinking that between $55k and $65k is the sweet spot.

There would be options on top of that and then aftermarket stuff for many people as well.



09-20-2014 05:06 PM
Iceman
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Originally Posted by Squirrely Kid View Post
I wouldn't complain if it came in at GT pricing
Well we don't want it too cheap... you do get what you pay for.
Also the Frs is supposed to be like 35k for 300hp 4 cylinder turbo.

So we have a good idea priced at least in the 50k plus mark
Using the lExus RCF as a Guage at 63k the FT1 should seat around the 55k to 65k mark if i had to guess using competition, lExus sports cars and a guess at the motor being true to the Supra roots and being a 6 cylinder turbo
09-20-2014 11:47 AM
Squirrely Kid I wouldn't complain if it came in at GT pricing
09-16-2014 11:40 PM
Iceman
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Originally Posted by pegasus View Post
It would be best if they can keep it's pricing around corvette, camaro, mustang spricing...that would be cool.
I assume you mean Mustang Gt500 pricing not GT pricing at 32k.... lol
09-16-2014 05:05 PM
pegasus It would be best if they can keep it's pricing around corvette, camaro, mustang pricing...that would be cool.
09-14-2014 08:06 PM
Iceman The Ft1 better not be 100k. They said affordable. Everyone's concept of affordable is different but the general idea would be under or around 60k.

I suppose affordable could be taken out of context like wow that 400 Sq ft condo in NYC is only 5 million vs. The 500 Sq ft condo in trump towers for 20 million... let's hope they don't mean affordable compared to a Ferrari or GTR even.
08-16-2014 07:40 PM
MKV It may not come in at 100k, but there's a chance it may go for as high as 100k or approaching that mark if they go crazy with the whole special model thing.
08-03-2014 04:24 PM
Mr.Big
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Originally Posted by supralover View Post
agreed.

but being RWD it'll be tough to compete with the GTR in terms of numbers

but if it does come in at 100k now we have three cars to choose from at 100k

nsx, gtr, supra
No way the price is going to be that high. NSX and GTR are in a bit of a different category.



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