Toyota has a long history of making iconic cars, but this time the company chose to make a car that had the Olympic theme, as its truck in the Toyota Stadium car showroom this week.
The truck is the latest in a line of classic vehicles for the Japanese auto maker, which has built a huge presence in the United States and around the world.
The Toyota Stadium showroom in Los Angeles showcased more than 200 vehicles during its debut, including a 2009 Mercedes-Benz GLC 600, a 2007 Ford F-150 and the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Toyota has also made a few more popular vehicles in the U.S., including the 2008 Honda Odyssey, the 2002 Mazda MX-5, the 2005 Volkswagen Golf, the 2006 BMW M3 and the 2002 Chevrolet Malibu.
The Toyota Stadium exhibit includes a variety of different vehicles including a 2006 Honda Odyssey with the Toyota logo, a 2006 Mazda MX5 with the Mazda logo, and a 2002 Jeep Grand Coupe with the Honda logo.
The company also showed off a 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokees with the Chevrolet logo on the side.
In addition to the trucks, the show also showcased the 2007 Jeep Cherokee, the 2010 Jeep Renegade, the 2007 Chevrolet Impala, the 2003 Nissan Altima and the 2010 Chevrolet Corvette.
In a blog post announcing the show, Toyota said the company will be making another “major announcement” about the truck later this month.
The show is the second in a series of big announcements coming from Toyota, which announced its plan to sell 100 million vehicles worldwide by 2020, a goal that was met in 2014.
The automaker also said it plans to build an auto assembly plant in Mexico to meet the demand for the new trucks, which are slated to go into production in 2021.