Toyota announced today that it will auction off the first 2020 Supra at the Barrett-Jackson vehicle auction in Scottsdale, Arizona on Jan. 19, 2019. The proceeds will be split in half, between the American Heart Association, which promotes heart health, and the Bob Woodruff Foundation, which helps veterans and their families.
Although no specs have been revealed just yet, reports are noting that the car will feature a sporty red paint job, matching leather interior, and contrasting matte black wheels. The first ever unit will also come complete with a 2020 Supra carbon-fiber badge, and the very special 20201 VIN number.
While the auction may not take place until Jan. 19, the world will get a look at the new Supra a little earlier. It’s set to debut at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show on Jan. 14, so keep your eyes peeled to Roadshow during the show for all the Supra content that’s fit to print.