Toyota, here is the hydrogen GR H2 Racing Concept for the 24 Hours of Le Mans of the future


Toyota strongly believes in hydrogen technology. As we well know, the Japanese car manufacturer is working both on the development of Fuel Cell solutions and on the use of hydrogen as an alternative fuelinstead of the classic petrol. In recent months, the manufacturer has developed a series of hydrogen-powered prototypes that it is competing in some Japanese series to test the new products. that he developed.

After all, as we know, motorsport is a world of sport. the "laboratory" ideal place to test new solutions. Now, comes a novelty; very interesting. In view of the 24 Hours of Le Mans, at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Toyota presented the GR H2 Racing Concept. It is a hydrogen-powered prototype racing car. Car that is was developed with the future in mind since in 2026 the 24 Hours of Le Mans could include a specific Class dedicated to hydrogen cars. Cars that can be equipped with either a Fuel Cell system or a "traditional" powered by hydrogen.


Therefore, with this Toyota concept we are already on the way; preparing for the future. Sadly, very few details of the prototype have been provided. The GR H2 Racing Concept is; 5,100 mm long and 2,050 mm wide, therefore, more; larger than the current model competing in the premier class of the WEC. The Japanese automaker took a step forward. then limited to affirming that the powertrain will be; made up of a hydrogen engine plus; a hybrid system. No further technical details were provided. After all, it is still too early to talk about it.

The prototype is the original one. was unveiled by Akio Toyoda, president of Toyota. The car manufacturer therefore seems willing to carry on with this project. It will be therefore interesting to find out more details of the car and the technology that the automaker is developing. Can't wait for more information to arrive. The concept will be exhibited at the H2 Village of the Automobile Club de l'Ouest (ACO) at the Circuit de la Sarthe until Sunday 11 June.

The prototype, however, will not remain; only on display. In fact, tomorrow, Akio Toyoda will carry out a test. a couple of laps aboard the GR H2 Racing Concept just before the start of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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