We at Toyota of Wallingford a new Toyota and used car dealership serving the Wallingford, Bristol, Middletown and Woodbridge areas are incredibly interested in Toyota history; especially in America. That's why, when we heard that Toyota had a USA Automobile Museum located in South California we were excited to say the very least.
As are the patrons who visit the venue which is located right around the corner from Toyota's U.S. headquarters where the production of many a new Toyota model like the Camry and Highlander takes place.
Although an appointment must be made before visiting, the museum is free of charge and open to the public. Inside, the floors are adorned with a plethora of interesting Toyota models dating back all the way to the 1950s: Toyota's American inception.
The exhibit models range from production vehicles to racers and concepts which represent Toyota's U.S. timeline. One model featured is a small sedan known as the Toyopet Crown which is noted as early inspiration for modern Toyota models like the flagship Corolla. There are also models that are still available, today, like the Toyota Land Cruiser SUV which debuted in the United States in 1958 and is still a favorite for off-road and adventure enthusiasts.
Interested in learning more about the Toyota USA Automobile Museum? Feel free to visit this link, here: toyota50th.com/visit.htm.
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