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Toyota Supra's first production rights for 2020 were sold for $ 2.1 million on Saturday night at Barrett-Jackson's annual Barrett-Jackson battery auction in Scottsdale, Arizona.
The winning buyer will receive the first Supra production that will carry VIN 20201 and a carbon fiber badge showing its significance, sometimes in the spring.
[19459004ToyotaisthefirstSupratogetoutofthetwo-decadelinethisweekattheNorthAmericanInternationalShowinDetroit The Veil was raised on an Barrett-Jackson car about an hour later
The Supra shown on the auction is dyed with a matte Nocturnal Black – a kind of grayish gray – and equipped with the red mirror caps that will be available for only 1,500 editions Toyota plans to produce. Supra returns and is better than ever, "said Barrett-Jackson's CEO James Craig Jackson at the opening.
Vintage Supras, especially the fourth generation, have become collectible cars in recent years, especially since a few have been featured in the Fast and Furious movie franchise. Some of them took over $ 120,000 at auction
Barrett-Jackson also auctioned the first Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 production. Craig Jackson bought it for himself, paying $ 1.1 million to be donated to charity.