Toyota has published a single photo with the GRMN Concept II, a mid-engined convertible Sports Hybrid featuring a petrol-electric powertrain which will be unveiled at during this weekend’s 39th edition 24 hours of Nurburgring.  
As Toyota explains, GRMN is a combination of letters which stands for Gazoo Racing (GR) and Meister of Nurburgring (MN) referring to Hiromu Naruse, the automaker’s chief test driver and the chief of the Gazoo Racing team who died in a crash in Germany last year while driving the Lexus LFA.
The Toyota GRMN Hybrid Concept II is an updated version of the petrol-electric sports concept shown at the Tokyo Auto Show last year, and according to the automaker, this new iteration comes with a new design, an improved sports-hybrid AWD system and better handling.
Powering the Toyota GRMN Hybrid Concept II is a 3.5-litre V6 developing 245 bhp and and electric motor providing an additional 50 bhp. the car weights less than 1,500 Kg and for now its performance figures remain unspecified.

Source: Toyota