The entire planet has been taken hostage by the coronavirus—or so it seems. The outbreak is forcing the cancellation of many events, as was the case with the 2020 Geneva Auto Show.
Up until this year, the Corona name was mostly associated with a brand of beer, but also a midsize car sold by Toyota in various markets around the globe.
Smaller than the Crown that came before it and larger than the Corolla that followed, the Toyota Corona spawned ten generations from 1957-2001. In the early 1980s, it was replaced in the U.S. by the more famous Camry. Even now, a few copies remain on the used-car market.
Check out the Corona’s evolution over time in the photo gallery above…