Toyota has revealed images of its new Le Mans Hypercar set to debut in this year’s FIA World Endurance Championship.
The images released ahead of Friday’s official launch is the first time a LMH car has been seen in full.
The Hypercar programme formally replaces the LMP1 platform from this year’s championship, with the latter criticised for becoming too exclusive.
Toyota’s hypercar has undergone several private test sessions, and the images from these tests have all been in a camouflage livery.
The official launch will reveal the car’s technical details, including of its all-new hybrid power unit, and the shape of its six-driver line-up for this year’s championship.
Kiwi driver Brendon Hartley is expected to be named in the roster. He joined the Japanese manufacturer at the start of the 2019/20 season and was part of the team’s 2020 Le Mans 24 Hour-winning effort.