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Toyota

Largest car manufacturer in the world, built on a reputation for building good quality cars. Reverse engineered US and British cars, then studied US production methods, the resultant Corolla of 1966 becoming an overnight success. There are, and have been, many models in the Toyota lineup, but it is the Corolla that built the success that the company enjoys today.

Also see: The History of Toyota
Toyota Corona Mk.II  

Toyota Corona Mk.II

1964 - 1969
First released in 1957, the original Toyota Corona (Latin for Crown) has become increasingly popular with collectors, partly due to the rarity of these cars on the road today, and no doubt also due to their amazing strength and build quality. More >>
Toyota 2000GT  

Toyota 2000GT

1967 - 1970
Developed and built jointly by Yamaha Motor and Toyota Motor Corporation, the Toyota 2000GT made its debut in the 1965 Tokyo Motor Show as a showcase of Japan's first high-performance sportscar. More >>
Toyota Celica  

Toyota Celica

1970 - 1977
The Celica was successful in the showrooms of the world. It was not particularly powerful, and demonstrated regulation handling and performance. No, it was not a drivers car, but it looked the goods and did everything you asked of it with typical Japanese efficiency. Sure, you could spend the same amount of money on a British sports car, and for some that would make a better choice. But for those that wanted the assurance of their car starting each and every morning with monotonous reliability, the Celica was a hard car to pass up. More >>
Toyota Corolla  

Toyota Corolla

1968 - 1969
The Corolla name is the second oldest in their stable, following the "Land Cruiser", and while never an "exciting" drive, with over 30 million Corollas sold worldwide, it has become the most popular car line in history. Since 1968 there have been some 9 "Generations" of Corolla. More >>
Toyota Corolla  

Toyota Corolla (2nd generation)

1970 - 1974
Toyota quickly recognised the need to make the Corolla larger and endow it with more power. Thus the second generation Corolla arrived in 1970, with its wheelbase stretched to 91.9 inches and power coming from a new 1.2 liter version of the OHV four making 73 horsepower. More >>
Toyota Corolla  

Toyota Corolla (3rd generation)

1975 - 1978
The Third Generation Corolla's were released in 1975, and featured a raised center section in the grille that carried back to more angular bodies. Now there were a total of five Corolla models available, including two and four door sedans, a 2 door coupe, SR5 sports model and 5 door station wagon. More >>
Toyota Corolla  

Toyota Corolla (4th generation)

1979 - 1983
With a new chassis, the 1979 Corolla was a more sophisticated and satisfying car than any Corolla before it - but before this generation was through, it would get even better! More >>
Toyota Corolla  

Toyota Corolla (5th generation)

1984 - 1987
The first front wheel drive Corolla was introduced with the 5th generation of 1984. However, the SR5 Coupe, Liftback and Station Wagon retained the 4th generations rear-drive chassis. More >>
Toyota Supra  

Toyota Supra

1979 - 1999
Since its creation in 1979, the Supra had been a frontrunner in performance and style, and it didn't go unnoticed. More >>
Toyota Tercel 4x4  

Toyota Tercel 4x4

1983 - 1986
Less than four years after its first appearance, Toyota's first front-wheel drive car, the Tercel, took on a new shape. More than just the styling had been transformed however, for except the engine, it was a completely new car, built on more compact lines. More >>
Toyota MR2

Toyota MR2

2000 - 2007
The MR2 Spyder is Toyota's attempt to return to the lightweight, reasonably priced roots of the original sports car market. More >>
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