It comes with a one-of-one color combination right off the assembly line.
For the Toyota sports car on lot #3010, the hammer went down at $2.1 million. Just like the first Shelby GT500, all proceeds from the sale of the first Supra will go to charities, namely the American Heart Association and Bob Woodruff Foundation. The latter supports post-9/11 impacted service members, veterans, and their families.
The winning bidder owns the rights to the first production Toyota Supra, which also happens to be the first version of the iconic sports coupe in the U.S. and bears VIN 20201 – "2020" stands for the year the GR Supra was reintroduced, while "1" marks its place as the first model out of the production line.
It also comes with a one-of-one color combination, integrating a matte gray exterior, red mirror caps, and matte black wheels. Inside, it will have a red and black theme plus carbon fiber inserts to go with its compelling exterior design.
Aside from the exclusive color theme, the first production Supra comes with an engine cover signed by Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda. The winning bidder also receives a full VIP race track experience, which includes a fully customized professional racing suit, two VIP passes and hot passes to TOYOTA OWNERS 400 - Richmond Raceway, and a chance to drive the pace car with Michael Waltrip.
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