We all know how every car enthusiast out there has been eagerly awaiting the arrival of the 2020 Toyota Supra. But a lot of folks were quite surprised that the very first production version of the A90 Supra fetched a princely sum at this year’s Barrett-Jackson auction in Scotsdale, Arizona.
The said car was bought for a whopping $2.1 million, with all proceeds going to the American Heart Association and the Bob Wooodruff Foundation. Of course, there’s more to jst being the very first Supra to roll off the assembly line. This car comes with a few special extras for its lucky owner.
The car itself is finished in a one-of-one paint scheme comprised of a matte grey paint job with red mirrors caps and black wheels. The interior is likewise done up in the same grey and black theme. Beisdes this, the car with Vehicle Identification Number 20201 has its engine cover signed by Toyota President Akio Toyoda.
The owner will also receive a VIP race track experience that includes a fully customized racing suit, hot passes to Toyota Owners 400, and VIP passes to the race track. In short the lucky bidder can play with his new ride on the track.
With this kind of exclusivity, we can understand that this is a rather small price to pay for the kind of bragging rights one gets from this neat package.