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Toyota is a Japanese car manufacturer that appears in all Forza series titles. It will reappear in Forza Motorsport 7 although production models will be absent from this title.[1]

Toyota is the third largest car manufacturer in the world and the largest in Japan.[2] Toyota introduced the Lexus brand in 1989 to enter the luxury car market[3] and the Scion brand in 2003 to cater to a younger demographic.[4]

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.
— forzamotorsport.net[5] 

VehiclesEdit

RoadEdit

Year
Model
Drive
Power
Torque
Weight
Front
Disp
1969 Toyota 2000GT RWD 150 hp (112 kW) 130 ft·lb (176 Nm) 2550 lb (1157 kg) 51% 2.0L
2004 Toyota Altezza RS200 RWD 207 hp (154 kW) 159 ft·lb (216 Nm) 2954 lb (1340 kg) 51% 2.0L
2011 Toyota Aygo FWD 68 hp (51 kW) 69 ft·lb (94 Nm) 1896 lb (860 kg) 63% 1.0L
2004 Toyota Camry Solara FWD 157 hp (117 kW) 162 ft·lb (220 Nm) 3175 lb (1440 kg) 62% 2.4L
2003 Toyota Celica 1800 VVT-i FWD 140 hp (104 kW) 125 ft·lb (169 Nm) 2425 lb (1100 kg) 60% 1.8L
1974 Toyota Celica GT RWD 97 hp (72 kW) 106 ft·lb (144 Nm) 2392 lb (1085 kg) 58% 2.0L
1992 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST185 RC AWD 232 hp (173 kW) 224 ft·lb (304 Nm) 3219 lb (1460 kg) 60% 2.0L
1994 Toyota Celica GT-Four ST205 AWD 255 hp (190 kW) 224 ft·lb (304 Nm) 3175 lb (1440 kg) 60% 2.0L
2003 Toyota Celica GT-S FWD 180 hp (134 kW) 130 ft·lb (176 Nm) 2425 lb (1100 kg) 61% 1.8L
2003 Toyota Celica SS-I FWD 187 hp (139 kW) 133 ft·lb (180 Nm) 2560 lb (1161 kg) 64% 1.8L
1984 Toyota Celica Supra RWD 160 hp (119 kW) 163 ft·lb (221 Nm) 3045 lb (1381 kg) 54% 2.8L
1974 Toyota Corolla SR5 RWD 88 hp (66 kW) 91 ft·lb (123 Nm) 2065 lb (937 kg) 57% 1.6L
1984 Toyota FJ40 RWD 135 hp (101 kW) 210 ft·lb (285 Nm) 3417 lb (1550 kg) 54% 4.2L
2012 Toyota FJ Cruiser RWD 260 hp (194 kW) 271 ft·lb (367 Nm) 4332 lb (1965 kg) 52% 4.0L
2013 Toyota GT86 RWD 197 hp (147 kW) 151 ft·lb (205 Nm) 2734 lb (1240 kg) 55% 2.0L
1995 Toyota MR2 GT RWD 241 hp (180 kW) 228 ft·lb (309 Nm) 2657 lb (1205 kg) 42% 2.0L
1989 Toyota MR2 SC RWD 145 hp (108 kW) 140 ft·lb (190 Nm) 2620 lb (1188 kg) 43% 1.6L
2002 Toyota MR2 Spyder RWD 138 hp (103 kW) 125 ft·lb (169 Nm) 2195 lb (996 kg) 43% 1.8L
2002 Toyota MR-S RWD 138 hp (103 kW) 125 ft·lb (169 Nm) 2195 lb (996 kg) 43% 1.8L
2011 Toyota Prius FWD 134 hp (100 kW) 170 ft·lb (230 Nm) 3042 lb (1380 kg) 61% 1.8L
2002 Toyota Soarer 430SCV RWD 300 hp (224 kW) 325 ft·lb (441 Nm) 3814 lb (1730 kg) 53% 4.3L
1985 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT Apex RWD 128 hp (95 kW) 110 ft·lb (149 Nm) 2094 lb (950 kg) 53% 1.6L
1992 Toyota Supra 2.0 GT Twin Turbo RWD 206 hp (154 kW) 203 ft·lb (275 Nm) 3329 lb (1510 kg) 53% 2.0L
1998 Toyota Supra RZ RWD 320 hp (239 kW) 315 ft·lb (427 Nm) 3329 lb (1510 kg) 50% 3.0L
2008 Toyota Yaris S FWD 106 hp (79 kW) 103 ft·lb (140 Nm) 2295 lb (1041 kg) 61% 1.5L

Pre-TunedEdit

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Year
Model
Drive
Power
Torque
Weight
Front
Disp
2002 Toyota Ab Flug S900 Supra Turbo RWD 888 hp (662 kW) 625 ft·lb (847 Nm) 3329 lb (1510 kg) 53% 2.6L
2003 Toyota APR Performance Celica GTS FWD 223 hp (166 kW) 168 ft·lb (228 Nm) 2535 lb (1150 kg) 60% 1.8L
1995 Toyota Border MR2 Turbo T-bar RWD 210 hp (157 kW) 205 ft·lb (278 Nm) 2960 lb (1343 kg) 42% 2.0L
1992 Toyota Do-Luck Supra RWD 375 hp (280 kW) 303 ft·lb (411 Nm) 3351 lb (1520 kg) 52% ?L
2007 Toyota Hilux Arctic Trucks AT38 RWD 169 hp (126 kW) 265 ft·lb (359 Nm) 4740 lb (2150 kg) 50% 3.0L
1995 Toyota Supra Fast & Furious Edition RWD 770 hp (574 kW) 636 ft·lb (862 Nm) 3329 lb (1510 kg) 53% 3.0L
1995 Toyota Tom's T020 MR2 RWD 255 hp (190 kW) 239 ft·lb (324 Nm) 2617 lb (1187 kg) 42% 2.0L
2002 Toyota Tom's W123 MR-S RWD 187 hp (139 kW) 185 ft·lb (251 Nm) 2161 lb (980 kg) 44% 1.8L
2002 Toyota Tom's Z382 Soarer RWD 353 hp (263 kW) 412 ft·lb (559 Nm) 3814 lb (1730 kg) 52% ?L
1998 Toyota Top Secret 0-300 Supra RWD 986 hp (735 kW) 651 ft·lb (883 Nm) 3285 lb (1490 kg) 53% 2.6L
1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortuna 03 RWD 860 hp (641 kW) 625 ft·lb (847 Nm) 3320 lb (1506 kg) 53% ?L
1998 Toyota VeilSide Supra Fortuna 99 RWD 1051 hp (784 kW) 774 ft·lb (1049 Nm) 3260 lb (1479 kg) 53% ?L
1995 Toyota VIS Racing MR2 Turbo T-bar RWD 241 hp (180 kW) 219 ft·lb (297 Nm) 2822 lb (1280 kg) 42% ?L

RacingEdit

Year
Model
Drive
Power
Torque
Weight
Front
Disp
1999 Toyota #3 Toyota Motorsports GT-One TS020 RWD 600 hp (447 kW) 479 ft·lb (649 Nm) 1991 lb (903 kg) 46% 3.6L
2014 Toyota #8 Toyota Racing TS040 Hybrid RWD 784 hp (585 kW) 737 ft·lb (999 Nm) 2033 lb (922 kg) 45% 3.7L
2014 Toyota 12 Rebellion Racing Lola R-One RWD 525 hp (391 kW) 310 ft·lb (420 Nm) 1874 lb (850 kg) 45% 2.4L
2014 Toyota Avensis (BTCC) RWD 329 hp (245 kW) 285 ft·lb (386 Nm) 2425 lb (1100 kg) 56% 2.0L
2016 Toyota Camry (NASCAR) RWD 725 hp (541 kW) 450 ft·lb (610 Nm) 3300 lb (1497 kg) 53% 5.9L
2005 Toyota Supra (Super GT) RWD 468 hp (349 kW) 357 ft·lb (484 Nm) 2425 lb (1100 kg) 50% 4.5L

TriviaEdit

  • The developer build of Forza Horizon 3, which was accidentally released as part of the January 2017 update, features the 1993 Toyota #1 T100 Baja Truck. It has not been made available for the public release.[6]

ReferencesEdit

  1. FM7 appearance - https://forzamotorsport.net/en-us/news/wir_8_4_17
  2. Global sales - https://www.forbes.com/sites/bertelschmitt/2017/06/29/worlds-largest-automakers-toyota-renault-nissan-volkswagen-neck-and-neck/#8853b9f72fef
  3. Establishment of Lexus - http://lexus2.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/8014/~/what-is-the-history-of-lexus%3F
  4. Establishment of Scion - http://pressroom.toyota.com/releases/scion+fact+sheet.htm
  5. Description - https://forzamotorsport.net/en-us/games/fh3/cars/toyota
  6. Developer build - http://imgur.com/a/MevKB

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