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Toyota concept

Publica Sports

Toyota Publica Sports
Overview
ManufacturerToyota
Production1962
DesignerTatsuo Hasegawa
Body and chassis
ClassSports car
Body style1-door coupe
LayoutFront-engine, rear-wheel-drive
DoorsCanopy doors
Powertrain
Engine697 cc air-cooled OHV H2
Dimensions
Length3,510 mm (138.2 in)
Width1,454 mm (57.2 in)
Height1,180 mm (46.5 in)
Curb weight690 kg (1,521 lb)

The Toyota Publica Sports was a concept car that was developed from the Publica production car.

The first public viewing was at the 1962 Tokyo Motor Show. It featured just 2 seats, a small but high revving engine and a sliding canopy for entry.

The Publica used a 2-cylinder boxer engine, so the Publica Sports is likely to have used the same engine.

It was further developed into the production Sports 800 but without the sliding canopy. The concept featured 1 canopy door that slides backward.

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Corona Sports Coupe

The Corona Sports Coupe was a concept car by Toyota shown at the 1963 Tokyo Motor Show. Although it used the Corona name, it shared little except for the suspension.

The body was similar to 2+2 coupes produced by many Italian design houses, with simple, clean lines instead of the more pronounced lines of the 1961 X concept car. Even the front indicators were demurely placed within the front grill next to a pair of single headlights instead of the more usual place under the bumper. The started midway along the door, continued to the rear flanks and then raised up before flowing around the rear corners to form the top rear edge of the boot. Unlike other Toyota models of the time, horizontal rear indicators were used as part of the emerging trend in car design.

The engine was the 1897 cc from the Crown with twin SU carburettors. Transmission was by a floor shift, 4 speed, fully synchronised manual gearbox. Top speed was 170 km/h.

Airport Limousine

The Airport Limousine was a concept car shown at the 1961 Tokyo Motor Show. Based on the , the Airport Limousine was a 6-door wagon that retained the fins and side panels of the Crown sedan. It had three rows of bench seats, allowed seating for 9 people, plus luggage space in the rear section. The 1900cc engine produced 80 PS (59 kW) at 4600 rpm and 14.5 kg⋅m (142 N⋅m; 105 lbf⋅ft) at 2600 rpm. The Airport Limousine was not put into production.

The similar production Masterline wagon (also based on the Crown) had only 2 doors, 2 rows of bench seats to allow seating for 6 people (plus luggage) and simpler side panels (without fins).

Toyota made another 6 door Airport Limousine based on the Crown in 1977. It also failed to make production.

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