Japanese Rides – Toyota AA

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Toyota AA

Toyota AA

Toyota built the prototype passenger car, the A1 became Toyota later at time. The A1 was then redesigned and into production to be the Toyota’s production cars including the AA and the AB cabriolet followed by AE, AC and BA sedans in the years. The entire AA series was replaced by SA in 1947.

In May, Toyota manufactured three A1 and unfortunately none of them its way to production level. The company had all its focus on the production of G1 trucks. the G1 trucks were in production, the turned back to the designing and of AA and AB passenger vehicles.

Mechanical Specs

This sedan received a 3389cc A 6-cylinder engine, generating 62 hp (46 kW) with a 3-speed column manual gearbox. The chassis and used were similar to in Ford. On both sides it got axles, pressed metal were used for all the four rims and braking system was out by drums.

Between 1936 and 1943, the produced 1404 units of AA the most of the features with A1 In 1943, the AA was replaced by the more AC. AA was the 4-door sedan mainly in the Chrysler Airflow sedan a metal body together metal ladder chassis.

The AB was by the company up to the year 1942 and 353 units were produced. AB was to AA in many features except for the it was a cabriolet having a folding

The mechanicals specs were to AA prototype.

The company started on its design in 1938 and the production of AC from 1943. After the of 115 units (43 units in 1943; 19 in 50 in 1947; and 3 units in 1948), it was by the SA series in 1947.

Toyota AA

AC shared the mechanical specs with A1, AA and AB.

to its predecessors, it was smaller in size and the process began in 1939. the completion of the prototype model, the AE was in 1940. The production of the AE started in and till 1943, just 76 were produced by the company.

Majority of the mechanical specs same as those of AA, however, AE the Type C engine that become Type A with 2 discarded.

It was a simple sedan featured a wooden frame than metal. The company BA between 1942 and 1944. It is that the BA design was based on the PV60, but this is a lot more as Volvo didn’t announced its until 1944. So the question is open.

The first model of BA was launched in and only 17 units of BA were in total until 1943. It is claimed by some sources the BA didn’t went in production 1943. However, different suggest that all the models not to be produced in the same 1943 So, we can conclude that the 17 units at different times from to 1943.

Toyota AA
Toyota AA
Toyota AA
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