Category Archives: Toyota

Toyota Yaris GRMN at Geneva motorshow 2017

Yaris GRMN is the latest by Toyota to have surfaced in the market. The acronym GRMN stands for Gazoo Racing Masters of Nuburgring. The car is the only main competitor to Fiesta ST, finally allowing the buyers of such cars a little more choice. However, Toyota disagrees with this. According to them Yaris GRMN will be more radical and target a higher niche.

New Plug-in Toyota Prius teased

Plug-in Toyota Prius teased ahead of New York Motor Show debut

The plug-in versions of the Toyota Prius is scheduled to make its official debut at this year’s New York Motor Show and although we haven’t seen the vehicle yet, Toyota has just teased us with a picture of the new car.

The best concept cars produced by Toyota

Japan is renowned for numerous things. Often, the things which it manufactures are considered strange, or rather unique, by people unfamiliar with the country’s intriguing nature. This also applies to the vehicles that come out of the country.

Although most Japanese production cars are pretty standard, when it comes to concept cars Japan usually goes all out whilst pushing the boundaries and exploring uncharted territories.

Today we are going to look at some of the best concept cars produced by Toyota. One of the country’s most popular manufacturers, Toyota has produced a great number of concept cars over the years. Whilst some are quite standard and tame, many of them are completely wild and strange.

Let’s get started then.

Toyota Corolla best-selling car of all time

Did you know that the best-selling car of all-time is the Toyota Corolla?

In this blog post, we leave a tribute to the Japanese car giant, who has produced in the region of 40 million Corollas and counting (as of July, 2013).

If you own one, selling your Toyota Corolla on to trusted car buyers online will not be a problem. There’s a reason why there are so many! They are a reliable and very saleable family car.


In 1997, the Corolla overtook the Volkswagen Beetle to take the coveted title of best selling nameplate in the world.

The compact car has since been regarded as one the best general purpose cars. Even today, the 2014 Toyota Corolla is still kicking butt, as you can read in the Autoblog First Drive review.

It’s sleek profile is not the only eye-catching detail of this vehicle. With a mighty 1.8-litre engine, front-wheel drive and a healthy fuel consumption, the motor is a must-have for the city slicker.

2014 Toyota Corolla

Serious when it needs to be

But that doesn’t mean the Toyota Corolla isn’t a bundle of fun as well. The car has been a prominent driving force in the World Rally Championships for years now. See it in action at the WRC Rally in Portugal 2012 in these stunning HD highlights.

Silly, playful Corolla

Whether it’s a credit to Toyota’s marketing team or not, you can see the the car has a silly, playful side too in this funny Corolla TV ad

Toyotas: 80% sold 20-years-ago still on road

English: The second generation Toyota Hilux, f...

English: The second generation Toyota Hilux, fire chief’s vehicle. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Did you know that it is estimated that over 80% of Toyota cars sold 20 years ago are still in the road today.

Bear this in mind before you think of selling your Toyota to trusted car buyers. You may be able to get a better deal for your Supra, Corolla or RAV4 than you expect.

At Interesting Car Facts, not only do we shovel you a random but rousing car-related fact, but we dig deeper too.

So, it’s time to take a look at some of Toyota’s classic cars that have been going strong on our roads worldwide for over two decades!

Toyota’s twenty years

In the last twenty years, the Japanese motor giant has seen its revenue and production output grow and grow. Toyota was the largest car manufacturer in 2012 (by production).

In July, 2012, Toyota reported its production levels had reached the 200-million mark. Before we get ahead of ourselves, let’s take a look at through some of the classics from the 1990s that helped define Toyota as the market leader it is today.

Toyota Camry

The Camry is America’s best-selling car, but it is far from thrilling. So, we suggest you take a look at how Parker Kligerman is turning a Toyota Camry into a rally car instead.

Toyota Corolla

The 2014 Toyota Corolla may get a low score on America’s toughest crash safety tests, but back in the 1990s and 2000s this car was ruling the streets – particularly for family car owners.


The Hilux has long been a mammoth of a machine. You just have to take a look at Top Gear, to see just how indestructible it is.

A new round of crash testing has also seen the Toyota Hilux achieve an inevitable 5-Star Crash Safety Rating.


The MR2 is a classic two-seater, mid-engined rear-wheeled sports car. Production started in 1984 and stopped in July 2007. If you still drive one of these, our hat goes off to you!

Here’s an example of a classic 1993 Toyota MR2 from Flickr, and a few more below thrown in for good measure (not like it’s my favourite or anything!).

Image via Flickr

Image via Flickr

Image via Flickr