Toyota will be showcasing a range of Gazoo Racing vehicles at next year’s Tokyo Auto Salon in Janaury, one of which is a motorsport-derived concept called the GR Super Sport Concept.

The teaser image shown here reveals what appears to be a road-going LMP racer, which isn’t surprising as the company says the concept originated from its participation in the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC).

While it may sport a low-slung profile, the concept doesn’t feature an aggressive aero package like what you might find on the TS050 Hybrid. Prominent cues include a long shark fin leading to a fixed rear wing and mesh grille. The latter is located close to what should be a diffuser with the badge on it.

No mention of what will power the GR Super Sport Concept, but expect a mid-mounted engine augmented by hybrid tech. The car is meant to showcase “how technological feedback acquired through motorsports activities is incorporated” into a vehicle.

The concept will join the Yaris WRC and TS050 at the event, along with a range of other production vehicles parked under the Gazoo Racing banner. These include the 86 GR and Vitz GRMN.

As a reminder, Gazoo Racing vehicles are divided into different tiers, starting with GR Sport variants. These are followed by the mid-range GR models, and at the very top are the Gazoo Racing Masters of Nürburgring (GRMN) cars. It all sounds really nice, but where is the new Supra, Toyota?