After nearly two decades away, Toyota made a triumphant return to the World Rally Championship in 2017. This renewed interest in motorsports has translated into improved performance across Toyota’s passenger

The GR Yaris was never sold in the United States, but Toyota listened to its customers and produced the GR Corolla with a turbocharged three-cylinder engine, a six-speed manual transmission, and an innovative all-wheel-drive system. A modified version of the GR Corolla, modelled after the Yaris rally car, will be displayed at the 2022 SEMA exhibition in anticipation of the 2023 release of the production model.

The wide body kit on the GR Corolla Rally concept makes it stand out from the crowd with its three-inch fender flares and carbon composite side skirts. Carbon composite front splitter and an elephantine carbon fibre rear wing glue the Corolla to the road, while the open rear of the boxy fender extensions channels dirty air from the wheels.

For that authentic rally look, the Rally concept is mounted on 17-inch OZ Racing wheels with 215/60R17 Continental VikingContact 7 tyres. Wilwood turning brakes have been added to the standard braking configuration to aid in vehicle rotation on a gravel rally circuit.