History of Toyota (1970-1979)

New Model Introductions,
Productions, Sales and Exports
Year Business Development,
Plants and Facilities
• Carina (currently Allion), Celica and Light Ace are announced. 1970 • First Japan Quality Control Medal is awarded.
• Tsutsumi Plant starts operations.
Japan Quality Control Medal is awarded
Japan Quality Control Medal is awarded
• 10 millionth Toyota vehicle is produced. '72    
• Publica Starlet is announced. '73 • Myochi Plant starts operations.
• Calty Design Research, Inc. is established.
    '74 • Toyota Kuragaike Commemorative Hall is completed.
• The Toyota Foundation is established.
• Nisshin Training Center is completed.
Nisshin Training Center
Nisshin Training Center
• Cumulative exports reach 5 million units. '75 • Shimoyama Plant starts operations.
• Prefabricated housing business starts.
• Town Ace is announced. '76    
• Chaser is announced. '77 • Toyota Technical Center U.S.A., Inc. is established.
• Toyota Kaikan Exhibition Hall is completed.
Celica
Celica
• Celica XX (currently Supra), Tercel and Corsa are announced. '78 • Kinuura Plant starts operations.
Cumulative production reaches 10 million units
Cumulative production reaches 10 million units
• Cumulative exports reach 10 million units. '79 • Tahara Plant starts operations. Tahara Plant
Tahara Plant

§ Entries in blue refer to Toyota overseas operations.