Legends among themselves: A particularly exquisite sports car collection from Toyota meets on Saturday (22 June) for the spectacular Corso on the Nürburgring Nordschleife. Before the new Toyota GR Supra races in the 24-hour race in the Green Hell, Toyota Germany celebrates the motorsport tradition with historic highlights. With it: two copies of the sports car icon 2000 GT, a Supra A80 from the year 1993 and three new GR Supra.

The six sports cars start at 13:30 clock in paddock 3 in the area of the section Hohenrain for a lap on the Nordschleife. At the wheel are, among others, Alain Uyttenhoven, CEO of Toyota Germany, rally driver Isolde Holderied and Ian Cartabiano, director of the European Toyota Design Center in Nice, who has designed the C-HR among others. In front of up to 200,000 fans at the edge of the track, they form different formations and are filmed by a helicopter. The white letters on the roof of the six red vehicles form the word "TOYOTA". The video clip will be featured on the YouTube channel of Toyota Germany.

In addition, Toyota fans on racing weekend as in previous years on Hatzenbach hill fully at their expense. On the approximately 20,000 square meter area, they can follow the race events live and on large screens both indoors and outdoors. Of particular interest is the new GR Supra, which is the ultimate endurance test for the demanding long-distance classic and the judgment of the Toyota fans, as they can undertake 1 exclusive test drives with the new sports car in the Driving Safety Center. They also get access to the grid and guided tours through the paddock and pit lane.