Test drive: The GR Yaris is a slice of pure engineering genius from Toyota
Made with a view to helping Toyota qualify for the World Rally Championships, the road version is fast, agile and fantastic fun to drive
This GR model might look like a slightly more aggressive version of Toyota‘s Yaris supermini, but beneath its blistered arches and pugnacious stance, it’s a bespoke, highly specialised machine built purely for homologation purposes.
The term refers to how a parent company must build a certain number of road cars before it can enter a related vehicle into a code of international motorsport.
In the case of the GR Yaris, that...
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