Datsun 1800SSS P610（1973）
Toyota Celica GT-Four ST165 (1990)
FORUM8 Rally Japan 2022, the Japanese round of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC), will begin on November 10, 2022. Fans have been eagerly awaiting this event ever since it was called off two years in a row.
The last Rally Japan event was held in Hokkaido in 2010. After an interval of 12 years, the venues will move to Aichi and Gifu prefectures, where the world’s leading teams will be pitted against each other. This is a great chance to observe the breathtaking skills of the top drivers up close, along with the novel performance of vehicles built under the new Rally 1 regulations. Can a Japanese-made car win the home race for the first time since the Subaru Impreza S10 in 2004? There is this and so much more to look forward to!
To coincide with Rally Japan, the Toyota Automobile Museum will stage a rerun of last year’s special exhibition, titled “The WRC History of Japanese Manufacturers’ Challenges.” Through a collaboration between seven Japanese car manufacturers who have participated in the WRC, many rally cars of historical importance have been brought together for this exhibition. These vehicles, in combination with large manga background panels, generate a powerful 2.5D presentation. Visitors can sense the immediacy of the heated rally while appreciating the history of the WRC.
|Period||Friday, November 11, 2022–Sunday, April 16, 2023|
|Venue||Special Exhibition Room (on the second floor of the Cultural Gallery), Toyota Automobile Museum|
|Exhibited cars||①Datsun 1800SSS P610 (1973）
③Mitsubishi Lancer 2000 Turbo (1982)
④Toyota Celica Twin-cam Turbo TA64 (1985)
⑤Toyota MR2-222D (1985)
⑥Toyota Celica GT-Four ST165 (1990)
⑦Nissan Sunny GTI-R (1991)
⑧Daihatsu Charade GT-Ti（1993）
⑩Mitsubishi Lancer Evolusion VI（2001）
⑪Suzuki SX4 WRC（2008）
⑫Subaru Impreza WRC 2008（2008）
|Cooperation with;||Suzuki Motor Corporation, Subaru Corporation, Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd., Nissan Motor Corporation, Mazda Motor Corporation, Mitsubishi motors Corporation|