The Toyota Cresta was a RWD 4-door sedan car manufactured by The Toyota . Toyota Cresta was launched in 1980 and it shared a chassis with the Mark II. The goal of the Cresta was a higher level of luxury in comparison to the Mark II, and the Toyota Chaser was the performance oriented version of the Mark II. The Cresta was produced for five generations, and production eventually closed in 2000, when it was merged with the Chaser to form the short lived Verossa, a sporty luxury car.
The first Cresta was unveiled in April 1980 and was available only in Toyota stores in Japan. The Cresta was named as a high-level luxury Sedan just below the established, traditional luxury sedan, the Crown. The sales goal of the Cresta was to provide buyers with a luxury sedan car with luxury look.
The vehicle was limited to an engine size at 2000cc as well as dimensions under 4.7 m long, 1.7 m wide, and 2 m high.
The X70 series of Toyota Cresta was introduced March 8, 1984, with styling cues shared with the platform sharing Mark II, with the Cresta continuing to offer a hardtop bodystyle.
After that there were also many genrations of Toyota Cresta and after that Toyota Cresta has merge with Toyota Chaser.
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