Their individual successes also made pulling the original cast together for even a two-hour film an effort long thought to be impossible. The result is a one-hour and minute work that feels constructed with care and satisfying to its very bones, a full circle completion unlike most.
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Earl Brown and Franklyn Ajaye, to name a few. You don't have to have watched old episodes recently to appreciate how well the movie fulfills its long-awaited purpose. But afterward, you may itch to experience the entire story from the start. Follow her on Twitter: McTelevision. Buy Now, Pay Later. Already a Subscriber? Log In Here. With the new Supra, it seems, beauty really is in the eyes of the beholder. If there is one place where you might confuse the two new sports cars it's when you slide behind the wheel.
The navigation screen and infotainment system of the new Supra, along with the iDrive controller, are lifted straight out of the BMW parts bin.
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The instrument cluster is unique to Toyota, however, and features a more classic design, centering around the tachometer. That might seem questionable considering there is, to the horror of some fans, no manual gearbox available. But the eight-speed automatic is so quick and intuitive you might overlook that lapse, especially when you get comfortable with the steering wheel-mounted paddle shifters.
And, when it comes to comfort, Supra's way power sports seats more than do what they're supposed to. Tighten up the bolsters and they'll hold you firmly in place on track. Spread the back wings and relax on an extended road trip, especially when you tap the selectable driver's mode switch to go from Sport to Comfort.
That softens the active damping suspension and adds extra steering boost, among other things. Coming 40 years after the debut of the original Supra, the new sports car is pretty much everything its fans were hoping for.
Journalists who came away from the event were all but uniformly impressed. There will be three versions available, including the "base" Supra 3. All three share the same powertrain and adaptive suspension system. The Premium adds niceties like an 8.
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And the Launch Edition, limited to 1, cars, kicks in red mirror caps, black wheels, a red leather interior and a special, commemorative plaque. We expect Toyota will sell out the Launch Edition but even company officials are hesitant to predict how the Supra will fare overall in today's marketplace. As good as this new entry may be, and it completely squashed our skepticism, the sports car market is a shadow of its former glory. But there are still some buyers who want something unique and exciting, something that delivers the sort of passion you can't find in an SUV or CUV.
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For them, the Toyota Supra would be well worth checking out. His travel and accommodations to test the car were paid for by Toyota. Sign up for free newsletters and get more CNBC delivered to your inbox.
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