Toyota 1969

Publica  
Corolla  
Corona  
Corona Mk II  
Crown  
Century  
2000 GT  
Land Cruiser  
EX-I - prototype
EX-II - prototype
EX-III - prototype

Japan

The largest Japanese automobile manufacturer offers a wide range of passenger, delivery and truck vehicles as well as buses of all sizes. Only in the typical for Japan, tax-favored 360 cc mini-cars class the company is not concerned. Smallest car is the popular Toyota Publica. This model appeared in April 1969 in a completely new form. Next model is the Corolla, first released in 1964 followed by the mid-size model Corona in various versions with 1.5 and 1.6-litre engines. Further up is the prestigious Crown 2300, while the flagship model, the Toyota Century with V8 alloy engine and air-sprung front wheels, is not intended for export. All Toyotas are very conservative in the technology and design.
 

Publica

wb: 2160 mm 4 cyl.
790 cm³
43 hp (SAE)
4 cyl.
993 cm³
58 hp (SAE)
4 cyl.
1077 cm³
73 hp (SAE)
Sedan 800 1000 1100
Station Wagon 800 1000 1100

 


Publica
 

Corolla

wb: 2285 mm 4 cyl.
1077 cm³
60 hp (SAE)
4 cyl.
1077 cm³
73 hp (SAE)
Sedan 1100 -
Station Wagon 1100 -
Coupé - Sprinter SL

 

 

Corona

Corona (4 cyl., 1490 cm³, 82 KM-SAE; wb: 2420 mm)
 Sedan
Corona Mk II 1600 (4 cyl., 1591 cm³, 92 KM-SAE; wb: 2510 mm)
 Sedan
 Hadtop
 Station Wagon
Corona Mk II 1900 (4 cyl., 1858 cm³, 108 KM-SAE; wb: 2510 mm)
 Hardtop
         
           

 


Corona in the USA.

Corona in the USA.

Corona in the USA.

Corona Mark II

Corona Mark II Hardtop

Mark II Hardtop. American advert, October 1969.
 

Crown

wb: 2690 mm 6 cyl. ohc
2253 cm³
115 hp (SAE)
6 cyl. ohc
1988 cm³
125 hp (SAE)
   
Sedan   SL    
Custom Station Wagon      
Utility Wagon      
Pickup      
Hardtop   SL    

 

 

2000 GT

wb: 2330 mm 6 cyl.
1988 cm³
150 hp (SAE)
       
Coupé          

 

 

Century

wb: 2860 mm
V8 cyl.
2981 cm³
150 hp (SAE)
     
Limousine        

 

 

Land Cruiser

Land Cruiser (6 cyl., 3878 cm³, 145 KM-SAE)
 FJ 40 wb: 2285 mm
 FJ 43 wb: 2460 mm
 FJ 55 wb: 2700 mm Station Wagon
         
           

 

 

Prototypes

           
           

 


Tokyo Motor Show.

EX-I

EX-III
 

           
           

 


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