Toyota Gazoo Racing have revealed the all-new Le Mans racer, dubbed the GR010 Hybrid. It is built to the new-for-2021 Le Mans Hypercar regulations. As per the rules, the GR010 combines a conventional internal combustion engine that drives the rear wheels and a front-mounted electric motor with a maximum system output of 670 bhp. As the electric motor can only be used from speeds of up to 120 km/h, the twin-turbo V6 alone can produce 670 bhp and is then tuned down once the electric motor kicks in. Compared to the TS050, it replaces, the GR010 is heavier and less powerful to keep the speeds at Le Mans in check. It should debut at Sebring in March and the two cars will be driven by the same crew of six drivers that raced the TS050 last year.
To mark the occasion, we have also taken a renewed look at Toyota Le Mans racers from the Group C era. The earliest is this 85C, which was used in Toyota's first factory Le Mans effort back in 1985. Now owned by a Japanese historic racer, it was campaigned in the 2016 and 2018 edition of the Le Mans Classic. The last Group C car raced at Le Mans was this 92C-V, which made no fewer than three appearances at La Sarthe. Now in private hands, it was restored to its 1992 configuration when it finished fifth overall and first in class.
Porsche celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Boxster with this limited edition Boxster 25 Years. Based on the top-of-the-range GTS 4.0 model, it features a unique paint finish, which is a nod to the original Boxster Concept first shown to the world in 1993. Only, 1,250 examples of the 394 bhp, 25th anniversary Boxster will be built.

Enjoy the links:

2021 Toyota GR010 Hybrid

1992 Toyota 92C-V (001)

1985 Toyota 85C (85C-01)

2021 Porsche Boxster 25 Years