Toyota concept car CAL–1
|Toyota CAL-1 concept from 1977|
|Body style||2-door Pick up|
|Width||1,650 millimetres (65.0 in)|
Shown at the 1977 Tokyo Motor Show (Oct-Nov) and the 1978 Chicago Auto Show, the CAL-1 was based on the prototype Supra.
The CAL-1, Supra and the new generation of Celica were all designed at Calty, Toyota's California design studio. Even though the CAL-1 was designed in California, it was right hand drive and had Japanese front mounted mirrors.
The rear decking opened into a pair of rear seats and the rear window opened into a wind deflector for the rear passengers. Further portions of the rear decking could be removed to make it into a pickup.