Toyota to develop next-generation hyper car

Making use of the cutting-edge hybrid electric systems and fuel efficiency technologies

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Earlier this year, Toyota revealed the GR Super Sport concept at the Tokyo Auto Salon. The 986bhp, LMP1 inspired hybrid is a next-generation hyper car that uses hybrid electric technology honed through Toyota’s participation in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

Toyota Gazoo racing president, Shigeki Tomoyama, said:

“Competing in the World Endurance Championship – one of the most demanding motorsport series – and racing at Le Mans helps us to advance the development of our world-leading hybrid electric technology and enables us to transfer the knowledge we gain to our production cars.”

“We started this project because we believe that creating a super sports car that delivers the same appeal as the TS050 Hybrid greatly adds to Toyota’s involvement in the WEC. And at some point in the near future, customers will have a chance to get behind the wheel of this incredible machine and experience its astonishing power and driving performance.”

Development starts

Toyota has started development of a new super sports car, making use of the cutting-edge hybrid electric systems and fuel efficiency technologies that the WEC team has tested and refined during six years of competition in the series.

The GR Super Sport Concept is powered by a twin-turbocharged V6 engine allied to the Toyota Hybrid System – Racing (THS-R). Like the Toyota TS050 Hybrid LMP1 race car, this powertrain delivers 1,000hp.


EngineTwin-turbo, direct injection V6
Engine capacity (cc)2,400
Max. system power (engine + hybrid motors, DIN hp/bhp/kW)1,000/986/735
Hybrid systemToyota Hybrid System – Racing (THS-R)
Wheel size (front and rear)18 x 13J
Tyre size (front and rear)330/710R18