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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-24-2013, 11:40 AM
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Man remember what happened last time the Germans and Japanese collaborated

Now that you put it into a visual, it has me a bit worried LOL.

Being the next supra, something I really want, I hope it turns out to be good.



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atomic bomb Supra?
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atomic bomb Supra?
nuclear powered Supra, all the low down torque you could ever desire
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nuclear powered Supra, all the low down torque you could ever desire
So...i think I found the closest thing to that

Supra so loud it will break your camera, atomic bombs can do that too:




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That 2JZ engine.
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Indeed, massive changes! Got to thank the brands CEO for making it all happen with their new vision after more than a decade of just commuter cars and no sporty vehicles like in the 90's



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The new CEO of Toyota needs to give Honda some tips on how to run a business.
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post #18 of 20 (permalink) Old 01-06-2014, 11:17 AM
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The new CEO of Toyota needs to give Honda some tips on how to run a business.
yea but you have to consider Honda plays in many more industries than Toyota. Hondas CEO also concerns himself with powersports, jet engines and lawn tractors. Likely why they can get by for so long letting theircars become complacent
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yea but you have to consider Honda plays in many more industries than Toyota. Hondas CEO also concerns himself with powersports, jet engines and lawn tractors. Likely why they can get by for so long letting theircars become complacent
Sure seems like they have enough money coming in to keep all their brands around, but they seriously need to revamp Acura and Honda to some extent. only a small fraction of what they do over at Honda/Acura is amazing.



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Sure seems like they have enough money coming in to keep all their brands around, but they seriously need to revamp Acura and Honda to some extent. only a small fraction of what they do over at Honda/Acura is amazing.
do you think people would go for an Acura Riding mower? You could have an infotainment touch screen, ventilated seats and an aggressive front fascia. Chuck some low pros on there LOL

I'd sell im tellin ya they'd revamp what people expect out of a luxury lawn tractor!


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