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  1. Toyota is celebrating its participation in the VLN Endurance Championship in Europe with the launch of an 86-units-only GT86 Cup Edition model. The coupe is designed to mimic the look of the GT 86 CS-V3 race car built by German tuning specialist, TMG. The GT 86 Cup Edition wears 18-inch Ultraleggera wheels from OZ Racing with 225/40 Pirelli P Zero Nero GT tyres. Available only in Germany, the Cup Edition model will cost an extra 2,860 Euros (S$4,640) and will be offered in Dynamic White Pearl, Furious Black Mica and Racing Red. Interior upgrades include a sports steering wheel wrapped in Alcantara material, Cup Edition label on the dash and a unique numbered plaque made of brushed aluminum. There's also red stitching all around the cabin. The powertrain has been left untouched, which means a direct-injected, 2.0-litre Boxer engine with 200bhp and 206Nm of torque.
  2. In the month of November 2012, Toyota Motorsports GmbH (TMG) announced that they will be showcasing one of their project works at the 2012 Essen Motor Show. Nothing much was said about the car except that it will be based on a Lexus LS and will deliver over 600bhp. Several teaser images consisting of several carbon fibre parts and a BBS wheel fitted on the car soon followed afterwards. And now, Toyota Motorsports GmbH has finally revealed the completed car and it is officially known as the TMG Sports 650. The TMG Sports 650 is fitted with many carbon fibre parts which include a rear spoiler lip, side skirts and a roof panel. The wheel arc has been flared to allow 20 inch BBS wheels to fit on all four corners. These BBS wheels are wrapped in a low profile Michelin tyre. At the rear, four chromed exhaust tips are positioned in a peculiar but tasteful manner. One thing that is definitely missing from the car is the trademark spindle grille that is found on all new Lexus models. Probably, this is TMG
  3. FaezClutchless

    TMG to unveil a high powered Lexus LS

    [extract] Ever since Toyota Motorsport GmbH left the world of Formula One in 2009, the company has been busy with several projects. One of their recent completed and considered successful projects was the Toyota TS030 Le Mans hybrid race car. On top of that, the company has also been busy with changing the company
  4. FaezClutchless

    Toyota and Lexus to get a performance sub brand

    Toyota Motorsport GmbH (TMG) has been responsible for many of Toyota's motorsport campaigns which includes Formula 1, World Rally Championships and the 24 Hours Le Mans competition. And ever since Toyota pulled out of Formula 1 in 2009, the company has been busy with several projects; mainly with the development of the TS030 Hybrid Le Mans race cars that participated in the 24 Hours Le Mans recently. Toyota Team Europe Group A Toyota Celica GT4 ST185 A little history about the company before we continue with the story. Toyota Motorsport GmbH started in the 1970s as Toyota Team Europe (TTE). The company was responsible for providing technical support for rally driver, Ove Andersson, who was driving a Celica at that time. They also developed the first Japanese car to win the WRC. In 1993, TTE changed their name to what it is today and they got involved in other racing competitions as well such as the Le Mans and Formula 1. Toyota Motorsport GmbH, which is located in Cologne, Germany is run by Yoshiaki Kinoshita who recently mentioned that he wants TMG to become Toyota
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