More excitement, more challenges, more fun. Always reshaping and rebuilding to break the mould, in a never-ending pursuit to improve our hybrid technology.
Because the toughest challenges are those that drive us forward.
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With Toyota’s victories at Le Mans 2018, 2019 and 2020, the hybrid technology in the next-generation GR Super Sport Concept car is truly race-tested. Now its technology is proven at the environmental and performance extremes, we begin another challenge. Directly from the active race cars, its hybrid technology honed in the heat of competition, we aim to develop more exciting sports cars. Regardless of changes in electronic and digital technology in the years ahead, we’re fully committed to making the cars you love to drive. The finish line is also the start - of our future production line.
|Twin-Turbo direct injection V6 engine|
|Combined power: 735kW/1000ps (Engine + Hybrid Motors)|
|Toyota Hybrid System – Racing (THS-R)|
The incredible TS050 HYBRID delivers extraordinary speeds and remarkable fuel efficiency.
We learn a lot at the limit. From energy recovery to battery cooling and downsizing, the WEC helps us significantly progress the development of our hybrid road cars.
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Our multinational team combined a wealth of motorsport experience from around the world.
Driver: Mike Conway
Best achievement: Winning at Monaco, Macau and Long Beach circuits, and winner of the 2019-2020 World Endurance Championship
Driver: Sébastien Buemi
Best achievement: Winning the 2014 and the 2018-19 World Endurance Championship
Driver: Kamui Kobayashi
Best achievement: F1 podium finisher, 2017 Le Mans pole position winner and winning the 2019-2020 World Endurance Championship
Driver: Kazuki Nakajima
Best achievement: 2014 Le Mans pole position winner and winning the 2018-19 World Endurance Championship
Driver: José María López
Best achievement: Winning the 2014, 2015, 2016 World Touring Car Championship and the 2019-2020 World Endurance Championship
Driver: Brendon Hartley
Country: New Zealand
Best achievement: Two-time WEC champion and 2017 Le Mans 24 Hours winner
Modified: 26 January 2021
Information correct at time of publication.