Toyota CAL-1

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Shown at the 1977 Tokyo Motor Show (Oct-Nov) and the 1978 Chicago Auto Show. It was based on the prototype Supra, which was a stretched version of the Celica.

The CAL-1, Supra and Celica were all designed at Calty, Toyota's California design studio. Even though it was designed in California, it was right hand drive and had Japanese front mounted mirrors.

The rear decking opened into a pair of rear seats and the rear window opened into a wind deflector for the rear passengers. Further portions of the rear decking could be removed to make it into a pickup.

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  • CAL-1 Toyota concept cars.
  • CAL-1 1978 Chicago Auto Show