The first serial Toyota Supra 2020 sold for 2.1 million dollarsJanuary 20, 2019
The A90 Supra series model was sold at a Barrett-Jackson charity auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. All proceeds from the sale of the first Supra will go to charity.
Despite the fact that the Toyota Supra sports coupe has not yet been on sale, the first model from the VIN-20201 has already been sold at Barrett-Jackson’s collectible cars in Scottsdale. Yesterday at this auction, the first serial Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 was sold for $ 1.1 million, the owner of which was the owner of the auction house. Now the Toyota Supra has been sold for a sum almost twice as high as yesterday’s – 2,100,000 dollars.
A distinctive feature of these lots is that all the money will be sent to charity. The proceeds for the first Supra will go to the American Heart Association and the Bob Woodruff Foundation. VIN-code 202001 has a symbolic meaning and the first digits indicate the year of the revival of the cult model, and the last two number of the car.
In addition to the exclusivity of the very first version, the car has a unique gray-matte body color, as well as bright red accents. The salon will also feature some exclusive details. In addition to aesthetics, the first car received an engine cover with a personal signature by Toyota’s general director, Akio Toyoda.
The winner also received a full VIP package for track driven, which includes a professional suit, two VIP passes and hot passes for TOYOTA OWNERS 400 – Richmond Raceway, as well as the opportunity to drive a race car with Michael Waltrip.
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