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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-15-2015, 12:36 PM Thread Starter
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History of the Toyota Symbol

Very informative short article about the evolution of the different Toyota symbols.
Toyota Logo History and Meaning
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Nice write up!

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KoHee- the Japanese word for coffee. What about beer or bathroom? Very cool history lesson and informative!

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Re: History of the Toyota Symbol

When the latest logo was introduced, some wag in the motoring press (so long ago I can't remember whom or which rag) opined that it looked like a Mexican during Siesta.

It kinda does, but I love their trucks anyway.
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I have wondered a time or 2 what the "TEQ" logo was. I just never bothered to look in to it. This was good useless knowledge, the kind I like.

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Nice history lesson. Cool to read something new instead of the usual threads we get around here

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