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History Toyota Cars & Parts
To many car buyers, Toyota is simply a Japanese word for quality. The brand is known worldwide for its dependable, reliable fleet of efficient vehicles. From the first A1 to the latest Camry, Toyota has established a reputation for long-lasting automobiles.
The story behind the company is an interesting one. Toyota is a Japanese manufacturer of automobiles, headquartered in Aichi, Japan. It was founded by Kichiro Toyoda in 1933 as a part of the Toyoda Automatic Loom Works. In 1934, Toyota produced its first Type A engine. This engine was incorporated into the brand's first automobile, the Model A1 passenger car. With the Model A1, the initial Toyota aftermarket parts followed soon afterwards.
In 1947, Toyota released the SA, its first post-war vehicle. This was a tremendous accomplishment, considering the state of Japan just two years after the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings. In 1955, Toyota entered the American market with the introduction of the Crown, a mid-size luxury car. In 1957, the Corona, 4-door sedan was rolled out. It entered the US market in 1960, replacing the Crown. The 1970 Oil Crisis led customers to turn to smaller, fuel efficient cars. The Corolla, which was released in 1966, helped the brand counter the crisis.
Many people don't know it, but the Corolla is one of the best-selling car models of all-time. And the Corolla is just one of numerous Toyota makes that requires a substantial Toyota part market to supply accessories & components.
The Celica was a series of coupes, the first of which was released in 1971. The company rolled out the Cressida, a mid-size sedan in 1976. This was followed by the Supra in 1976. In 1984, Toyota established its first plant in the United States when it entered a joint-venture with General Motors.
The MR2, a two-seater sports car, was launched in 1984. In 1991, the Paseo, a styled compact car was rolled off the assembly lines. The Avalon, which was released in 1994, was a full-size car which became the flagship sedan of the brand. In 1997, the brand released its first gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle, the Prius. The car was classified as an Ultra Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) by the US EPA.
The Prius also helped usher in the current internet-based discount Toyota parts market. Before the Prius, customers had to visit their local Toyota parts provider, or order components over the phone. The Matrix, which was derived from the Corolla, is a compact car that was released in 2002. Other popular Toyota models are the Yaris, Supra, Camry and Sienna minivan.