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Surprise launch of new Aristo/GS!

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Again..found this on another forum ;-)

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Just collected my car from HK's TOMS/TRD dealer, they have just won the TRD international dealer award again and have very close ties with TRD Japan.

Knowing all this I thought I'd ask if and when Toyota was going to launch a new Supra, 'possibly June/July time when they launch the new Aristo but probably later on' was the answer I got. Apparently the Aristo has been kept top secret and it is going to be a suprise launch. It was obvious that they knew quite a bit about the new Aristo and a little bit about a new Supra.

The girl said she couldn't tell me too much just that the new Aristo would be launched with the same engine as the current car but with a whole new management system and that she had photos but couldn't show me them yet. If this suprise launch does happen then I'll definitely work on trying to get more info on the new Supra.

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Can anyone comfirm this?

@lpher

Still not a lexus owner

Good things take time

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Stuart McCullough (director in charge of lexus in the uk) told me it would be late 2004 in the uk

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The GS is supposed to be released for 2004, but might be held back. That picture of the GS is just an edited picture of GS/ES together Rahtid was right. Still excited to see what they're going to release!

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