Super Street Network

Due to the EU’s Global Data Protection Regulation, our website is currently unavailable to visitors from most European countries. We apologize for this inconvenience and encourage you to visit for the latest on new cars, car reviews and news, concept cars and auto show coverage, awards and much more.MOTORTREND.COM
 |   |   |  First 2020 Toyota Supra Sold for $2.1 Million at Barrett-Jackson
Subscribe to the Free

First 2020 Toyota Supra Sold for $2.1 Million at Barrett-Jackson

All the money is going to charity

Rory Jurnecka
Jan 21, 2019
Photographer: Evan Klein

How much would you pay to own the world's first production 2020 Toyota Supra? Before you say anything, know that someone at Barrett-Jackson's Scottsdale auction topped your number by probably quite a bit. That's because they just bought Supra VIN 20201 for a cool $2.1 million. That might seem like an excessive premium on a car that will have a base MSRP 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.

2S6A1420 Photo 2/14   |   First 2020 Toyota Supra Sold for $2.1 Million at Barrett-Jackson

Bids for the Supra came fast and furious, steadily building in $100,000 increments to surpass $1 million, and then moving ever higher to the final $2.1 million bid. The Supra was flanked on stage by dozens of Toyota employees and the auction crowd responded excitedly as bids climbed with deafening cheers. The first 2020 Toyota Supra is painted in a one-off color scheme of matte-gray exterior paint over a red interior, with red mirror caps and matte-black wheels. Under the hood is a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine, with 335 horsepower and 365 lb-ft of torque. The zero-to-60-mph sprint is said to take just 4.1 seconds and a flat foot will see the car accelerate until it reaches an electronically limited 155 mph.

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.

By Rory Jurnecka
9 Articles



Preview the April 2019 issue of Super Street, with the first modified A90 Supra (sort of), an underground RX-7 drifter, Carbon Signal’s threesome of Datsun, and more!
Bob HernandezFeb 15, 2019
The G-Class has changed a lot since the 460-series debuted in 1979. Today, the G-wagon is now as much an S-Class as it is an off-roader
Bradley IgerFeb 15, 2019
Iconic livery and 420 whp transform this classic Mazda.
Benjamin HuntingFeb 14, 2019
That's about what the Honda Civic Type R makes and nearly twice as much power as we got from the last Mini JCW GP back in 2012
Collin WoodardFeb 13, 2019
Created exclusively for Japan, the model gets no powertrain upgrades but looks fantastic enough that we don’t really care.
Ed TahaneyFeb 13, 2019
Sponsored Links