Toyota GRMN Sports Hybrid Concept II: At 24h Nurburgring
Toyota introduced the new hybrid concept GRMN has Nurburgring
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) will present the new Concept II GRMN SPORT HYBRID (GAZOO Racing1 tuned by MN2), a convertible hybrid concept gas-electric engine has a central position, in the 39th endurance race 24 Hours of Nurburgring to be held from June 23 to 26 near Nurburg, Germany.
GRMN Sports Hybrid Concept II
SPORTS HYBRID Concept II GRMN is an updated version of the car petrol-electric concept presented to the Motor Show Tokyo 2010. It was conceived to highlight the delights of the automobile. This vehicle has sophisticated line is equipped with a sport hybrid system improves traction integral; the main driving unit (petrol engine, rear drive and transmission of wheel motor) is situated in the middle of the frame and front wheel drive motor in the front, in order to improve the maneuverability, the driving pleasure and stability.
The electric mode, you can have it to roll down the roof to experience a new and exhilarating ride.
TMC introduced the first gasoline-electric vehicle product series in 1997 and is actively seeking long application of hybrid technology to sports cars and racing. SPORTS HYBRID Concept II GRMN represents the most recent step in the evolution of this research.
Specification SPORT HYBRID Concept II GRMN
Engine Type: 2GR-FXE
Cylinder: 3456 cc
Maximum power 183 kW (249 AD)
Maximum power 220 kW (299 AD)
Length: 4350 mm
Width: 1890 mm
Height: 1200 mm
Wheelbase: 2575 mm
Weight: 1500 kg or less
Disposition: the center engine and electric motor in the front
Tires: 225/40R19 Front and Rear 255/35R19
Run program 24 hours of Nurburgring
Name the 39th ADAC Zurich 24h Race 2011
Dates From 23 to 26 June 2011 (main competition from 25 to 26 June)
Location Nurburgring (Nurburg, Ahrweiler, Rhineland-Palatinate Land, Germany)
1 - Program Support development of vehicles and motorsports created by GAZOO, which also manages the participatory GAZOO.com Internet portal, launched in 1998, automotive events "GAZOO mura" and test driving large-scale events for the general public "Drive Kingdom".
2 - Stands for "Meister of Nurburgring," the nickname Hiromu Naruse (1944-2010), testing of TMC and Executive Team GAZOO racing driver.
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