The owner of this all-new, white Toyota Supra got to enjoy the car’s sporty nature and 3.0-liter inline-six engine for precisely 576 miles (927 km) before something went horribly wrong.
While we’re not exactly sure what happened, some serious damage was sustained by the front end. By the looks of things, the Supra hit (or was hit by) something at least as wide as the car itself, as a narrower obstacle would have created a different crumple pattern.
Now, what’s left of the Japanese sports car is being sold off through the Long Island, NY branch of IAA (Insurance Auto Auctions). They even have an estimated repair cost and it reads $41,583, which is nearly as much as what a brand new one would cost.
Obviously, the car can’t be started and its key fob is said to be missing. As for the interior, multiple airbags were deployed, including the side airbags.
Spec-wise, this appears to be a Premium version, which one can identify by its red calipers. It also has heated black leather sports seats, an 8.8-inch touchscreen display, a 12-speaker JBL sound system, and loads more as standard.
The 2020 Supra is capable of taking you from zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) in 4.1 seconds thanks to its 335 HP (340 PS) and an eight-speed automatic gearbox.
Interestingly enough, yet another busted-up 2020 Supra made the Auction lot recently, but with more minor front end damage. It also appears to be a Premium spec model, except it’s black and its engine seems to be intact and it is located in Honolulu, Hawaii.