Toyota iQ GRMN Racing Concept Debuts in Tokyo

Last week, Toyota unveiled the iQ GRMN Racing Concept at the Tokyo Auto Salon. The iQ GRNM Racing Concept is based on the 2009 model year iQ GRNM limited edition (100 units were built) and developed by Gazoo Racing and MN tuning.

This sporty city car racing concept features a wide-body kit, a rear spoiler, a rear diffuser, a dual exhaust system, sports seats, a full roll cage, alloy pedals and new instrument clusters.

Toyota says the concept is powered by a supercharged engine. Which one, is not revealed, but very likely a 1.3-litre four-cylinder unit with around 120bhp and 117 lb-ft of torque.

In addition to the iQ GRNM Racing Concept, Toyota also showed a Prius G Sports Concept and aTRD Auris GT Concept.


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