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Wrap Your Gifts in Toyota Supra Camo This Christmas And Help A Good Cause

Toyota has come up with what is arguably the coolest wrapping paper ever made, and it did it to help others. The paper mimics the design of the 2020 Toyota Supra‘s camouflaged exterior seen on the first pictures released of the new Toyota performance coupe. 

The paper features the red, white, and black colors of Toyota Gazoo Racing along with the A90 designation which reflects the new Supra’s chassis code. 

The unique camouflage job may not perfectly represent the spirit of Christmas, but it’s reason for being certainly does. Toyota plans to sell 500 4-sheet packages of its special wrapping paper in the UK with all proceeds going to Crisis UK.

Crisis UK helps homeless people in the United Kingdom during the holidays with its Crisis for Christmas program. If you’d like to help, you can do so on Crowdfunder



Toyota Supra
2020 Toyota Supra | Photo: Toyota

 

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