2022 Toyota Yaris GR Review – While it was only presented during the first days of the year, the GR Yaris suddenly looked like a million mile – a model bred for one purpose alone: delivers the next Homloking model for the Toyota World Rally Championship car. But with competitions stopped, we can just bring back the GR Yaris in focus while a little technology nerdy.
Just like Toyota, as the manufacturer decided to highlight how the new Mini hot hatch was manufactured on a new assembly line at the company’s Motomachi plant in Japan. This was committed to producing GR sport cars and apparently was badly necessary to reach the performance criterions of the new GR.
And who knows, with its newly introduced ability to handle “Multi-type, small-volume production “, it can be Toyota’s tricky way to recognize that more GR models are on the way to complement the GR supra and GR Yaris.
We keep our hope on because the WRC style bag rocket is a small (pun intended) game changer for Toyota. At least in terms of incomary productivity, if they abandon the traditional conveyor system and instead incorporate into a more “organic ” body and assembly line that includes a number of different cells via automated led vehicles, the company says in the accompanying Video description.
Given that Toyota’s new GR Yaris is-to-date-a limited edition sole pursuit, we start to think that the rumours of more GR models keep an increasingly profound touch of truth. After all, it would be a shame for a whole meeting line for a limited-edition model retool.
Not to mention the cost in terms of human efforts of a team of highly specialised workforce that makes “provision for high-precision assembly of highly rigid vehicle bodies to levels that are difficult to achieve standard production lines. “Take it, ordinary Yaris!