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10 Jun, 2023
1 min time to read

Designed specifically for the new hydrogen car category in the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hours race, this concept car hints at the soonest future of zero-emissions endurance racing.

While electric vehicles have their limitations in endurance races due to long charging times, Toyota's GR H2 Racing Concept offers a promising alternative. Using hydrogen energy, this emission-free race car can spend more time on the track and less time refueling.

Although Toyota has not shared specific details about the car's specifications, it is clear that the GR H2 Racing Concept represents the company's commitment to sustainable racing. Toyota emphasizes that the concept is built for "future competition," leaving open the possibility of refining the design before its debut in a Le Mans race.

Toyota has already established its presence in low- and zero-emissions motorsports. The brand has been competing with a hydrogen engine Corolla in Japan's Super Taikyu Series since 2021, and its GR010 hybrid hypercar secured top podium spots at the previous Le Mans race.

The GR H2 serves as an extension of Toyota's strategic approach to sustainable racing.

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