A friend of mine has a 2020 Supra and I have driven it...fast. It's nowhere near the same experience as the 4C. Easy to get in and out of which is good for old overweight people. Wind buffing is terrible with the window down. It's basically a BMW Z4 with a Toyota badge. The scoops are non-functional but can be made to be?...come on. The transmission is very smooth all 8 gears. It is fast but terribly boring to drive. The huge media screen makes it just another appliance. In a nutshell...'a pretender' and definitely not a supercar. Also, the same friend drove my 4C and said it was basically a race car.I used to think the Supra was over-styled, but as I see them on the road I am warming to them. Ordinary they are not.
Talk to alfa1105 about his conversion. He’s posted a few photographs. It’s still a work in progress but uses a quad cam motor from a Montreal. Keeping the whole thing in the Alfa family.I’d be buying anther gtv6 and doing a really aggressive custom build with a 350hp v6 from OKP in Germany or Alex June Motorsports (or maybe Jaime builds one?).
Just for the record i was joking. But i will tell you i spent a lot of time in the rear of that vehicle. I seen many drive-in movies in this car. I just went to a local car show and there was a guy who had one of these on display. He was very proud of it. I did not stick around very long.Chevy Caprice Estate wagon with 3 way tailgate. With optional wood side trim.
I really wouldn’t know if a carbon fiber tub is that much of an advantage in itself.The Alpine A110 & the Lotus Exige. But then they do not even have a carbon fiber tub. What is holding these lesser brands back? When will they join with Alfa and make the move into the 21st century?
But, then again they may have better cupholders. I hope those cupholders are carbon fiber. If not, I am sure that they are working on it.