Toyota Gazoo Racing displayed their new product line.
The Toyota GR GT3 Concept and the Toyota GRMN Yaris, which are now on display at the Tokyo Auto Salon 2022, were among the new goods showcased by Toyota Gazoo Racing, the Japanese carmaker’s motorsport subsidiary. The Toyota GRMN Yaris receives an update for 2022 that makes it leaner, firmer, and sharper, while Toyota considers entering GT3 motorsport with the new Toyota GR GT3 concept. However, just 500 copies will be produced, and each one will be sold exclusively in Japan. Both of these models are on display at the world’s largest customised automobile shows.
Toyota GR GT3 Concept
First, let’s take a look at the Toyota GR GT3 Concept. Toyota’s custom racing concept is not for the faint of heart, and it will pack a punch not only on the track, but also on the road, since it will be followed by a road-legal version that will sit above the Toyota Supra in the company’s lineup. The Bentley Continental GT3 is similar to the Porsche 911 GT3, Mercedes-AMG GT, Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3, and even the Porsche 911 GT3. All of these vehicles were designed for the road before being tweaked for the racetrack, and the GR GT3 Concept will be no different. The only hitch is that Toyota hasn’t announced a release date and we won’t be seeing it in person for a while.
2022 Toyota GRMN Yaris
The Toyota GRMN Yaris comes next, which has been extensively modified for 2022 and also represents the return of the nameplate for Japan. The GRMN Yaris, according to Toyota, has undergone extensive testing with experienced drivers and has been designed based on the company’s extensive motorsport experience. A firmer suspension setup, a 20kg weight reduction, a 10mm increase in width for increased aerodynamics, and a 10mm drop in height result in a significant reduction in body roll when cornering. It also has mechanical LSD, a close-ratio gear transmission, and a low final gear set that has been enhanced through “breaking and fixing” multiple times.
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