Supra

27 Jun 19
Anak Motor Gaul

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27 Jun 19
Murder By Text

A supra in a limbo competition

27 Jun 19
Jehtro Lewis - Blog

As Jonathan writes, the Supreme Court (in Kisor v. Wilkie) has reaffirmed Auer deference, though limiting it in a way analogous to how Mead limited Chevron deference. Justice Kagan’s opinion is a plurality for the most interesting parts. Her background to Auer (Part II-A) and her rejection of Kisor’s arguments against Auer (Part III-A) are only for four Justices. […]

27 Jun 19
AVNation

Gran Turismo ESports championship live data delivered by Bannister Lake systems.

26 Jun 19
The Final Lap

In a story that was broken by TobyChristie.com at the end of May, it was revealed that Hattori Racing Enterprises would be making a return to NASCAR Xfinity Series competition using the No. 61 Toyota Supra at Daytona in July. Now, a month later we have official confirmation from the team, and we now know […]

26 Jun 19
Veteranclaims's Blog

Excerpt from decision below: “Rather, the court must make a conscientious effort to determine, based on indicia like text, structure, history, and purpose, whether the regulation really has more than one reasonable meaning.” ========================== “And second, the Federal Circuit assumed too fast that Auer deference should apply in the event of genuine ambiguity. As we […]

26 Jun 19
Men's Journal
Summer is the season for reboots, remakes, and sequels. This month, Toyota embraces that Hollywood idea with a new version of the Supra—a sports car with a familiar name. And it makes sense. The Supra is kind of a silver screen star: The swoopy, rear-winged, readily modified coupe became a pop culture phenomenon when it co-starred in 2001’s The Fast and the Furious. That was three years after Toyota stopped selling the Supra in the U.S.: Seems that supporting the high-volume, less-fun Corolla and Camry offered a clearer path to owning the market. 7 Things You Need to Know About the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta » But now, Toyota wants its halo back—even class dominance can get boring. So to defray the costs of a pricey Supra redevelopment program, Toyota teamed with BMW. The two automakers outlined a platform that split into two vehicles: BMW’s Z4 roadster and this fifth-generation Supra. The cars share engines and some architecture and hardware, but they are dramatically different beasts—the Z4 is a grand-touring convertible, the Supra a track-tuned coupe. Get past the over-the-top-ness of the car’s array of inlets and outlets, and you find a machine that is pretty subtle. In an era of excess, the Supra’s inline six-cylinder makes 335 horsepower—plenty for real-world driving scenarios. What It’s Like to Drive the 2019 Jaguar I-Pace » Practicality aside, the Supra is still fun from behind the wheel. It’s weighted 50/50 front to rear, so on the track it flicks around corners, changing course like a water strider. That’s the result of Toyota going with a shorter wheelbase and wider track than any production sports car, and a body that’s even lighter than the last Supra. It feels like the car’s aerodynamics, rather than its computer interventions, help you keep things straight while you’re dancing on the edge. This is an increasingly rare quality. Vintage, you might say. The Supra is equally delectable on back roads: Gun it in Sport mode and the exhaust roars, crackles, and pops as the chassis hangs tight in the curves. You find yourself cursing double-yellow no-pass zones and relishing blind corners. We’re in an era when nuance doesn’t sell, yet this car has it. We hope it survives. Toyota: Just get one in Vin Diesel’s garage—whatever it takes. The Last Hurrah: 3 High-Powered, Speedy Sedans You Should Test Drive in 2019 » The Details Horsepower: 335 Zero to 60: 4.1 sec. MSRP from $49,990
26 Jun 19
KrySoft Daily

Summer is the season for reboots, remakes, and sequels. This month, Toyota embraces that Hollywood idea with a new version of the Supra—a sports car with a familiar name. And it makes sense. The Supra is kind of a silver screen star: The swoopy, rear-winged, readily modified coupe became a pop culture phenomenon when it co-starred in 2001’s The Fast and the Furious. That was three years after Toyota stopped selling the Supra in the U.S.: Seems that supporting the high-volume, less-fun Corolla and Camry offered a clearer path to owning the market.

7 Things You Need to Know About the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta »

But now, Toyota wants its halo back—even class dominance can get boring. So to defray the costs of a pricey Supra redevelopment program, Toyota teamed with BMW. The two automakers outlined a platform that split into two vehicles: BMW’s Z4 roadster and this fifth-generation Supra. The cars share engines and some architecture and hardware, but they are dramatically different beasts—th..

26 Jun 19
Pit Row Review

Hattori Racing Enterprises released news that they are going Xfinity Series racing. In the press release on the teams website, they announced ““We’re very excited to return to the Xfinity Series…” They will run the the No. 61 Toyota Supra in honor of the Supra’s return to production and NASCAR. Current Truck Series driver Austin […]

26 Jun 19
Northwest weekly maverick

Rustenburg-The Commission of inquiry into state capture is currently looking into maladministration in the aviation sector, focusing on state owned airlines, namely South African AirWays and South African Airways express. On the 19th of June 2019 a gentleman by the name of Mr Timothy Nhlanhla Ngwenya took to the stand to reveal to the public […]

26 Jun 19
Channel4000

One of the most highly anticipated sports cars made its official debut this week.