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Racing development

From the World Endurance Championship (WEC) and World Rally Championship (WRC) to the Nürburgring 24 Hours race, TOYOTA GAZOO Racing competes in the world’s premier motorsport events. By overcoming the challenges faced in the heat of competition, we can develop our people, forge new technologies and produce ever-better cars.

In the thrilling Toyota GR Supra, we have the perfect platform to go racing. And to showcase these qualities is this: the GR Supra GT4 Concept. Making its world debut at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, it explores how the Toyota GR Supra’s perfectly balanced chassis and highly rigid and lightweight body might be developed as a competitive machine for international GT4 racing.

What the racers say

From WRC and WEC stars to drift champions and TV personalities, we gathered some of the world’s most influential drivers at the track for their first taste of the new Toyota GR Supra. Sharing their first impressions of our new sports car at the limit, our professional drivers go on to explain the significance of the Supra name in their fast-paced lives.

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