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    • On PCCs, cargo capacity is often measured in RT or RT43 units (based on a 1966 Toyota Corona, the first mass-produced car to be shipped in specialised car-carriers and used as the basis of RORO vessel size.Roll-on/roll-off-Wikipedia
    • With a development focus on exports, particularly to the US, Toyota designed Camry to replace the Corona T130 in many overseas markets.Toyota Camry-Wikipedia
    • The Celica changed to a front-wheel drive layout, using the Toyota "T" platform associated with the Corona, while the Supra kept its rear-wheel-drive layout.Toyota Supra-Wikipedia
    • The Bluebird originated from Nissan's first vehicles, dating to the early 1900s, and its traditional competitor became the Toyota Corona.Nissan Bluebird-Wikipedia
    • Due to the introduction of the Corona, the dramatically restyled and enlarged Series S40 was launched in 1962, and saw the introduction of the Custom model.Toyota Crown-Wikipedia
    • The coupe bodystyle in Japan was used only for the Corona coupe, sold only at Japanese Toyota dealerships Toyopet Store without the retractable headlights.Toyota Celica-Wikipedia

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