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Number Of Toyota Pre-Prod Vehicles Goes Up

American Government Special Collections Reference Desk

Topics:  Toyota Corolla

Number Of Toyota Pre-Prod Vehicles Goes Up

Tom Bailey
August 4, 2006

To ensure the highest quality of Toyota Corollas, the Toyota Motor Corporation is now going to double the number of units for this vehicle model. The newest Toyota Corolla would be sent out for sale in Japan in the upcoming autumn season. And the officials from Toyota were the ones who announced such a plan for the Toyota Corollas. However, the Toyota officials did not disclose if they were also going to enforce such a plan for auto parts Toyota so as to also ensure quality.

From the usual 150 Toyota Corolla units in pre-production, Toyota, along with Kanto Auto Works Ltd., would be now producing some 300 Toyota Corolla prototypes. These would be the base of the company to see and check for quality. The company calls them the Toyota Corolla trial cars. This is indeed a very good move for the newest model of this line would be actually the tenth. And with the company having just recently suffered from vehicle and car problems, being safe with the newest batch of Toyota Corollas would surely do them good.

Of course, Toyota is not the only car maker that creates prototypes before they actually send these vehicles out for production. All auto manufacturers go through such moves. And these car manufacturers also do make use of computers to check any problems with the vehicle.

Toyota would surely not want to send out a batch of Toyota Corollas that hold car problems. After all, this vehicle model has been known in the automobile world as being a reliable vehicle. In fact, it has been in the market since 1966 making it 40 years old at present. Last 1997, this Toyota model held the title as the best selling nameplate all around the globe and is currently known as the best selling car through all time.



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