Toyota recently announced that it will auction the first-ever 2020 Supra unit with famed automotive auctioneer Barrett-Jackson.
Although no specs have been revealed just yet, reports are noting that the car will feature a sporty red paint job, matching leather interior, and contrasting matte black wheels. The first ever unit will also come complete with a 2020 Supra carbon-fiber badge, and the very special 20201 VIN number.
All proceeds from the charity auction will be donated to the American Heart Association and the Bob Woodruff Foundation which assists 9/11-impacted veterans. Additionally, Toyota has noted “exclusive experiences” in the future will be offered to the winning bidder.
View the teaser image above — the only official image to release from Toyota so far — and stay tuned for the auction happening on January 19, and look for Toyota to unveil the 2020 Supra at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit January 14.
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