I'm not sure what your point is??? Is it that the MKIV was outsold by all those other cars as well? BTW, the MKIV Supra sales numbers include non-turbos (and likely the 300ZX and Mitsubishi 3000GT), which really were uncompetitive on a performance basis. As far as I'm concerned, the "Legacy" Supra, is a MKIV -TT, with 6 spd Getrag. The NA with only 220 hp was underpowered (also, weak 5-spd W58, 16" wheels/tires, small brakes, small diff) looks the part but is a bit like a V6 Mustang vs the GT350. It's my opinion only, but an automatic also doesn't belong in any sports car. This includes the Zupr4's 8-spd ZF and even Porsches PDK. This is a big negative for the new Corvette C8 as well. Row your own rules!!! It's a shame that three pedals are becoming rare. No doubt I'll receive tons of flames from owners of NA's and automatics. My apologies if you feel I insulted your car. As I said; "my opinion only". I also recognize that 6-spds are hard to find and an auto may have been what was available. To each his own.Let's compare the other Japanese sports car sales numbers for contrast, you cant compare turbo foreign car sales in the early 90s to 25 years later. Found these on the american online. Who cares how many mkvs sell anyways? They have nothing to do with any form of a Toyota product whatsoever.