The Toyota 2000GT, Mazda RX-7, 1965 Toyota Corona and the 1992 Toyota Camry are some examples of Japanese cars. Other Japanese cars include the 2004 Toyota Prius and the Mazda MX-5 Miata.
The Toyota 2000GT was a Japanese sports car that many people considered sexy. It resembled a Jaguar with its curvy body and long hood. Its chassis was responsive, and driving it was reportedly an enjoyable experience. The Mazda RX-7 was a 1978 sports car that had a rotary engine. The engine was small but was popular for its high horsepower. As the years advanced, the manufacturers made it a turbocharger, and that made it one of the most desired car in the world.
The Japanese car that people bought because it was cheaper than other low-cost cars was the 1965 Toyota Corona. Toyota had made a name for itself because of its quality cars, and this model was not an exception. For those that loved simplicity, the 1992 Toyota Camry was a good choice. Its styling and size made it a favorite of many people. Everything about the car, including mechanics, was simple.
Another Japanese car is the 2004 Toyota Prius. It has the shape of a sardine and is a gasoline-electric hybrid. Today, almost all cars are following its lead in one way or another. It is an example of what to expect in the future from the automobile world. The Mazda MX-5 Miata is a Japanese car that has precision steering, low weight, small displacement engine and low power. The car is in its fourth generation.