2007 Toyota 2000 SR Concept by SURE Design

The TOYOTA 2000 SR concept is a tribute to the mythic TOYOTA 2000 GT, considered the first ’Japanese Supercar’ as it revolutionized the way that Japanese car manufacturers were viewed in regards to their skill. In its production, Toyota proved to be one of the Japanese most ambitious companies.

The SR shows an example of SURE DESIGN’s capabilities applied to a high performance sports car with an understated look, geared towards a future concept of sustainability and adaptation to its environment.

Toyota 2000 SR Concept by SURE Design

With a two-seater hybrid coupe in mind, light and sensible, the SR offers a solution that balances the exciting shape of a sports car with good taste, coherent aesthetics and advanced technology. Its characteristic expression, unique and unmistakable, comes from its pure form, with a delicate smoothness to its surfaces and lines of great character that results in a sophisticated automobile, with an athletic styling. Clean, agile and elegant.

Toyota 2000 SR Concept by SURE Design

The body, which is composed of a scarcity of pieces, highlights its uniquely styled doors which provide access to the passenger area and boot, glass surfaces are kept to a minimum with weight saving in mind.

The SR is propelled by a hybrid engine: A 3.5-liter V6 turbo front mid-engine position has been adopted, that boots up to 610 horsepower. It is designed to run on bio fuels with rear wheel transmission on circuits and race tracks, with the characteristics and behaviour that of a high-end super sports car. The second front-mounted electric motor would be capable of independently driving the front wheels which would move the SR around cities or countryside in pollution free mode, at moderate speeds and absolute silence.

Toyota 2000 SR Concept by SURE Design

3 comments:

like hot wheels

lol yeah it does look kind of child like

This looks like one of those anonymous "Made in Hong Kong" toys back in the 80s...Not worthy of any homage to the Toyota 2000GT in my opinion. It looks more like an artist’s personal interpretation of an old Corvette theme. Well...Toyota does see itself as the next GM so why not...And here we go with this hybrid thing again...

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