Toyota marked 50 million Corolla Manga series

Toyota recently made a historic milestone when it produced the 50 millionth Corolla, making it the most popular car of all time. This jubilee was, among other things, marked in a very interesting way.

In a series of manga comics, Toyota told the story of the car, starting from the 1960s until now.

Each story is inspired by a photo sent by the owners and fans and is animated in the popular art style of the day.

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In addition to telling the story of the car, the manga is an interesting look back at the history of Japanese automotive culture, with the earliest Corollas often being the first cars many families have ever owned.

On the other hand, a page dedicated to the eighties talks about a man obsessed with his AE86 and races.

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To this day, the story becomes as focused on car technology as it is on its performance, as has become the case with the modern automotive world.

All the stories are written in Japanese, which will be an obstacle for most foreigners, but it is worth watching only because of the art and photography that inspired them.

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Yet Toyota didn’t just order these comics to celebrate the history of the Corolla. In November, it introduced three models of the special edition for the Japanese market.

With black accents, special colors and the “50 Million Edition” badge, the manufacturer has appropriately marked this truly impressive achievement.


Source: Auto magazin by www.magazinauto.com.

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