Toyota Carina E in Volgograd

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AUTO CULT: 1992 Toyota Carina E
The Toyota Carina was a Japanese large family car, produced from December 1970 to 2000. It was typically marketed as a four-door version of the Celica (which shared the same platform), although early generations of the Carina also had 2-door and wagon models. Over time, it became a sister car to the Corona but was sportier, with distinctive bodywork and interior — aimed at the youth market and generally filling a niche between the Corolla and Corona. At that point it was replaced by the Allion. The Carina name has been used in markets other than the USA at various times to represent other cars, usually the Corona. However, the Japanese-market Carina was a different car entirely. The inspiration for the name Carina came from the Carina star cluster. The Carina E (Japanese: Toyota Carina E) was the European version of the tenth generation Corona (T190 series). It was produced in the United Kingdom at the new Burnaston plant near Derby from 16 December 1992 until its replacement by the Avensis for the European market five years later.