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Toyota, Aichi, Japan

Parent Company

Toyota Group

Toyota Motor Corporation or just Toyota is a Japanese automobile manufacturer in the Forza series.

Description Edit

"Early in the twentieth century, Sakichi Toyoda invented a series of industrial looms. In 1933, he used some of the earnings to establish an automotive division of his automatic-loom company, which produced its first car in 1935. In 1937, the renamed Toyota Motor Company became an independent operation. In the 1950s, Toyota entered other world markets. Toyota eventually grew to become the world’s second-largest car maker, with facilities in twenty-seven countries. To give a sense of its scale, Toyota has sold over 30 million compact Corollas worldwide since it was introduced in 1966. Between 1967 and 1970, Toyota produced about 350 copies of the sophisticated 2000GT sports car, a statement of the company’s intention to build cars to compete with the world’s best. In 1970, the Toyota Celica four-cylinder sports car appeared, and the six-cylinder Celica, later called the Supra, was introduced in 1978. The two cars became completely separate models in 1986, when the Celica switched to front-wheel drive. The Supra remained in production until 2002. From 1984 to 2005, Toyota produced a small mid-engine sports car, the MR2 (renamed MR-S in Japan in 1999), which offered an affordable taste of mid-engine performance. At the luxury end of Toyota’s sports-car spectrum is the Soarer, which was introduced in 1981. The current model is a V8-powered luxury roadster with a convertible hard top, sold in all markets as the Lexus SC 430." - from

Vehicle List Edit

Year Vehicle Name
2003 Toyota #1 Ultraflo Supra
1999 Toyota #3 Toyota Motorsports GT-ONE TS020
2005 Toyota #6 EXXON Superflo Supra
1999 Toyota #27 GT-ONE TS020
2004 Toyota #35 YellowHat YMS Supra
2003 Toyota #36 WOODONE Tom's Supra
1969 Toyota 2000GT
1998 Toyota AB Flug S900 Supra Turbo
1985 Toyota AE86 Sprinter Trueno GT Apex
2004 Toyota Altezza RS200
2003 Toyota APR Performance Celica GT-S
2011 Toyota Aygo
1995 Toyota Border MR2 Turbo T-Bar
2004 Toyota Camry Solara
2003 Toyota Celica 1800 VVT-i
1992 Toyota Celica GT-Four RC ST185
1994 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST205
2003 Toyota Celica GT-S
2003 Toyota Celica SS-I
1984 Toyota Celica Supra
2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser
2013 Toyota GT86
2002 Toyota MR-S
1995 Toyota MR2 GT
1989 Toyota MR2 SC
2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder
1995 Toyota MR2 Turbo T-Bar
2011 Toyota Prius
2002 Toyota Soarer 430SCV
1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex
1992 Toyota Supra 2.0 GT Twin Turbo
1998 Toyota Supra RZ
1992 Toyota Supra Turbo
1998 Toyota Supra Twin Turbo
1995 Toyota Tom's T020 MR2
2002 Toyota Tom's W123 MR-S
2002 Toyota Tom's Z382 Soarer
2002 Toyota Top Secret 0-300 Supra
1998 Toyota Veilside Supra Fortune 99
1998 Toyota Veilside Supra Fortune 03
1995 Toyota VIS Racing MR2 Turbo T-Bar
2002 Toyota Z382 Soarer
2008 Toyota Yaris S


  • Toyota’s founder’s name is spelled T-O-Y-O-D-A (Kiichiro Toyoda)
  • It takes a Camry V6 190 feet of test track to stop from 70 mph
  • Eight vehicles manufactured by Toyota won the 2012 J.D. Power and Associates Vehicle Dependability Study
  • Toyota has sold nearly 75 percent of all the hybrids in the United States
  • Eighty percent of Toyotas sold 20 years ago are still on the road today

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