Toyota's Frankfurt concept looks set to be based on a Yaris
The company has confirmed that the car will feature technology used on its FIA World Endurance Championship car
The Hybrid-R concept will be revealed in September
The Toyota Hybrid R concept for the Frankfurt motor show will generate more than 395bhp from its hybrid drivetrain.
The manufacturer has again teased the concept with a second photo in the run up to the Frankfurt motor show next month. On its own the image reveals little about the car. However, when digitally brightened the photo appears to show a Toyota Yaris.
This correlates with Toyota saying that the concept is based on a current production model. Previously only the new Hybrid R badge has been seen.
Toyota has also confirmed that the car will feature technology used on its FIA World Endurance Championship car, which finished in second place at this year's Le Mans 24 Hours race. The car will also feature changeable driving modes, which Toyota says will make it suitable for both road and track.
The company will release further information on the model in the run up to Frankfurt.
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