The first 2020 Toyota Supra was auctioned off Barrett-Jackson Auction for a cool $2.1 million this past Saturday. That might seem like an excessive premium on a car that will have a starting price of $50,920, but beyond the cool factor of owning the first example, the entire bid will benefit the American Heart Association and the Bob Woodruff Foundation. The Supra has also been signed by Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda—a neat extra.
Toyota will sell 1,500 Launch Edition Supras in the U.S. that will have the red mirror caps and matte-black wheels of the auction car, but not its matte-gray paint. They’ll also get a reproduction of CEO Toyoda’s signature on the dash instead of the real thing. Regular 3.0 and Premium 3.0 trim levels will also be available when the car arrives in showrooms this year.
Watch the auction as it happened live:
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