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The Toyota 88C is a sports car prototype built in 1988 by Toyota, according to the Group C specifications. The car, designed by Dome, was an evolution of the 87 model. It was powered by a 4-cylinder turbocharged engine; a 2.1 liter water cooled, 680hp unit, named "3S-GT," with 16 valves driven by double overhead camshaft. The chassis was an aluminum monocoque, and the composite bodywork was made of carbon fiber and Kevlar.
At the Le Mans 24 Hours, in 1989, Toyota Team Tom's engaged a BBC with the number 28. The car was sponsored by Nippodenso, a brand of Toyota dealing with lighting and electronic injection. The car was driven by Kaoru Hoshino, Kelichi Suzuki and Didier Artzet. Slot.It presents this model for the first time in the "short tail" version.