Pay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good Cause


Pay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good Cause

Finding a Toyota dealership in the United States selling a 2020 Supra Launch Edition at its $55,250 MSRP is virtually impossible, but there is one dealer doing just that!

Motor Trend reports that Price Toyota of New Castle, Delaware, is hosting a raffle that will raise money for the Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. One ticket offers a chance to purchase the dealership’s Supra Launch Edition at its sticker price.

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It costs $20 to buy a single ticket for the raffle, but packages of 3, 7 and 20 tickets can be purchased for $50, $100 and $200 respectively. Even if the ticket you buy doesn’t win, you can rest easy knowing your money is going to a good cause.

The dealership hasn’t made it clear what color its Supra Launch Edition is but a video on their website does use stock images of a white example. The 2020 Supra Launch Edition is only available in white, black or red, with red mirror caps on all models.

Also ensuring it stands out from other Supras on the road are matte black, 19-inch forged alloys, a red interior on white and black models, and a serialized carbon fiber number plate. Price Toyota says its Supra also bears the signature of none other than Toyota President Akio Toyoda himself.

Supra Launch Edition prices have been in the headlines recently not long after one dealership listed the car for just shy of $200,000, more than triple its official MSRP.


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Pay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good CausePay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good CausePay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good Cause

Pay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good CausePay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good CausePay $20 For A Chance To Win A 2020 Toyota Supra And Support A Good Cause