By Benjamin HuntingSep 6
This Corona Mark II wagon was sitting for more than 30 years before a Toyota dealer purchased it from the original owner.
It's a rare FJ45 destined for the concours d'elegance rather than the Congo.
In late 1981, Toyota combined its entry-level Celica with the more powerful Supra coupe in order to create a sporty GT.
American buyers found its performance utterly unsuitable for America’s high-speed interstates.
Toyota Racing Development is best known for producing off-road race trucks, but it also develops products for the showroom.
Is the 2000GT the most desirable and valuable Japanese automobile ever produced?
Toyota’s two-door 4X4 never goes out of style.
The gathering of 1,500-plus cars netted about 12,000 toys, as well as warm clothing and school supplies for local organizations.
Dropped to millimeters above the ground, restrained luxury cruisers were transformed into Japanese lowriders.
Cars with electric propulsion were on stage at nearly every manufacturer’s booth this year.
This car is of historic importance. It’s extremely rare. And it was in Japan's most famous automotive-themed TV program.
The show has a bias towards brightly colored machines with chrome bumpers from the 1960s and 1970s.
Do you reminisce about muscle cars sold before the current pricing bubble? It's not too late for these five sports cars.