Have you desperately been waiting to get your hands on the new generation Toyota Supra at any cost?
If so, then we have some good news, because Toyota will be auctioning off the very first production example of the sports car.
The vehicle will go to the highest bidder at the Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona, on January 19. However, the one that Toyota will display at the event will be a prototype representative of the actual production model, said to be delivered to the winning bidder in the first half of next year.
The first Toyota Supra, which will carry VIN number 20201, will have a matte grey exterior paint finish, contrasted by the red side mirror caps and matte black wheels.
Inside, it will feature red leather, as well as a carbon fiber badge to indicate its status as the very first example of the production-run Japanese sports car.
All proceeds from the auction will benefit the American Heart Association and Bob Woodruff Foundation.
Prior to the auction scheduled for next month, the 2020 Toyota Supra will be officially presented to the world at the Detroit Auto Show, on January 14. The reveal will be live streamed over the web, and as usual the CarScoops team will share the feed in an upcoming post.
We will also be covering the automotive event in Motor City, so you can check out our dedicated hub here.