2018 Toyota Yaris GRMN

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To celebrate their return to the World Rally Championship, Toyota have revealed a new hot hatch, the Yaris GRMN. Toyota’s performance division GRMN (Gazoo Racing Masters of Nürburgring) usually release cars destined only for the Japanese market like the Toyota 86 GRMN. The hot Yaris will be available worldwide, hinting at a more performance friendly future for Toyota cars.

Powered by a supercharged 1.8L 4 pot with 205 hp, the GRMN Yaris gets more poke than the new Fiesta ST. The transmission comes in 6-speed manual flavour with front wheel drive. Other features include an aero kit for the body and upgrades to its wheels, tires and brakes.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Engine: 1.8L I4 Supercharged
Weight: -
Power: 153 kW / 205 hp / 208 PS
0-100 kph: -
Torque: -
Top Speed: -

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