Toyota announced today that it has GRMN Hybrid Sports Concept II, the thirty-ninth this year’s Nurburgring 24 hour race duration, to be held next weekend. Toyota GRMN, or Gazoo Racing to develop NM (Meister and the Nurburgring), carries the nickname of Hiromu Naruse (1944-2010), the tester TMC and team principal. Toyota GRMN is a mid-equipped gasoline-electric hybrid concept convertible, which measures 4,350 mm long, 1890 mm wide, 1200 mm tall and 2575 mm pitch.
GRMN Toyota is powered by a hybrid drivetrain with an electric motor in the front and an engine of 3.5 liters of gasoline (3456 cc) in the center. The output of the combustion engine is rated at 245 hp and the total production of Toyota hybrid concept GRMN is estimated at 295 horsepower. The concept weighs less than 1500 kg.
GRMN Toyota Hybrid Concept II is an updated version of the vehicle is shown at the Tokyo Auto Salon in 2010. This is a new design and improved hybrid sport-AWD system. Toyota Hybrid System GRMN second uses the power of the gasoline engine to the rear wheels when the front axle of the electric motor gets its juice. We need more information on the screen GRMN Toyota hybrid, as they become available.