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GT86 CS-R3 RALLY CAR

The new rally car from Toyota Motorsport GmbH (TMG) is ready to roll

TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH (TMG) is making great progress with its GT86 CS-R3 rear-wheel-drive rally car, with the first prototype car entering final assembly.

A clean sheet design

TMG engineers have been working hard since October 2013 to develop the CS-R3 concept as a clean sheet design.

Their engine design and development department has analysed the original two-litre boxer engine and is completing an upgrade programme intended to improve on the 200hp maximum power.

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With the support of its supplier, TMG has also prepared a sequential shift, six-speed gearbox for the GT86 CS-R3. This, along with limited-slip differential and modified brakes, will be installed on the test prototype in the coming days.

An FIA-homologated safety cage has been specially designed and calculated, allowing weight optimisation, and this has been successfully installed.

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Final assembly of the car will be completed shortly, and its first tests are planned this month with a scheduled launch to the public in the second half of August.

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