CALTY DESIGN RESEARCH, INC.
With the establishment of Calty Design Research in 1973, Toyota became the first major car manufacturer to set up design operations in Southern California. While the Newport Beach, Calif. studio focuses on future innovation and creativity, the Ann Arbor, Mich. studio is focused on production design development for North America. Calty provides innovative design solutions for Toyota, Lexus, and Scion vehicles and supports North American production design.
Establishment
Oct. 2, 1973
Location
2810 Jamboree Road, Newport Beach, CA 92660
4400 Goss Road, Ann Arbor, Ml, 48105
Toyota Innovation Hub (TIH): 215 Washington Street, Oakland, CA 94607
Facility Site
85,000 Sq. Ft. – Calty Newport Beach
32,000 Sq. Ft. – Calty Ann Arbor
Corporate & Executive Officers
President & Board of Director: Kevin Hunter
Vice President & Board of Director: Shinichi Yasui [President, TEMA]
Vice President & Board of Director: Tokuo Fukuichi [Managing Officer, Toyota Motor Corporation]
Secretary & Chief Financial Officer: Yosuke Ueno
Employment
Total: 100 (Newport Beach, Ann Arbor & Oakland)
Production Design
2020 TRD Camry
2020 TRD Avalon
2020 Highlander
2020 LS Self Driving
2020 Corolla
2020 Supra
2019 Corolla
2019 NASCAR Supra
2019 Avalon
2018 C-HR
2018 Camry
2018 NASCAR Camry
2018 Lexus LC 500
2016 Lexus RX
2016 Avalon
2016 Tacoma
2015 NASCAR Tundra
2015 NASCAR Camry
2015 Camry
2014 Highlander
2014 Tundra
2013 RAV4
2013 NASCAR Camry
2013 Avalon
2013 Lexus GS
2012 RAV4 EV
2012 Camry
2011 Scion tC
2011 Avalon
2011 Sienna
2011 Highlander
2009 Venza
2008 Avalon
2008 Highlander
2008 Scion xB
2008 Solara
2007 Tundra
2006 FJ Cruiser
2005 Avalon
2004 Scion tC
2002 Matrix
2001 RAV4
2000 Celica
2000 Avalon
1999 Solara
1998 Corolla
1997 Prius
1995 Tacoma
1991 Lexus SC 400
1990 Previa
1989 Celica
1979 Hi-Lux
1978 Celica
Motor Show Concepts
2017 FT-4X (New York)
2017 Concept-i (Las Vegas)
2014 U-Squared
2014 FT-1 (Detroit)
2013 FV2 (Tokyo)
2013 Corolla Furia (Detroit)
2012 Lexus LF-LC (Detroit)
2012 FUN-Vii (Tokyo)
2009 Lexus LF-Ch (Frankfurt)
2008 A-BAT (Detroit)
2007 FT-HS (Detroit)
2006 Scion FUSE (New York)
2006 F3R (Detroit)
2005 Scion t2B (New York)
2005 FT-SX (Detroit)
2004 Lexus LFC (New York)
2004 FTX (Detroit)
2003 FJ Cruiser (Detroit)
2003 HPX (New York)
2001 RSC (Chicago)
1997 Solara/Convertible (Chicago)
1995 FLV (Tokyo)
1985 FXV-2 (Tokyo)
1979 CX-89 (Tokyo)
1977 F100 (Tokyo)
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