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2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition to celebrate 60th birthday

2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition to celebrate 60th birthday

The Toyota Land Cruiser has been around for the last 60 years. During these years, Toyota’s SUV garnered a bulletproof reputation, unlike any other SUV, especially in the Middle East. So, to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of their trusty off-roader, Toyota debuts the 2020 Toyota Land Cruiser Heritage Edition, at least in the United States market. 

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2020 Toyota Supra finally debuts

2020 Toyota Supra finally debuts

With the FT-1 concept from 2016 as the base for its design, the 2020 Toyota Supra marks the resurrection of one of the most iconic JDM nameplates to be slapped on to a car. The rumours about the re-entry of the Supra has been floating around on the web for about a decade now. With the covers finally off and the spotlights shining on it, the 2020 Supra has put an end to it.

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2020 Toyota Corolla debuts as 12th generation model

2020 Toyota Corolla debuts as 12th generation model

Known for its bulletproof reliability in previous guises, the Toyota Corolla is one of the most iconic cars ever to be produced. Many decades into its production, the trusty Corolla sedan is entering its 12th generation. The fully revamped 2020 Toyota Corolla is based on the Corolla hatchback that was recently released in the United States. 

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Toyota's top sports cars before new Supra comes in 2019

Toyota’s top sports cars before new Supra comes in 2019

In recent times, Toyota is a name that is synonymous with econoboxes and workhorse vehicles that can run for a million miles with no hassles whatsoever. But this boring existence of the iconic Japanese brand once had an exciting past. There were Toyotas that set the pulses of enthusiasts racing once they hear its name. Remember the scene in the original Fast and Furious movie in which the late Paul Walker shows up with a totaled Supra and his garage junkie/techie kid goes “2JZ? No s***!”. That’s the sort of respect these Japanese rockets got from the petrolhead lot in those early times.

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