Toyota has finally discontinued the production of the Mark X sedan, the successor to the model that has been produced for more than 50 years. The last car came off the assembly line of a Japanese company in Motomachi (Aichi Prefecture).
Toyota Mark X was an ideological follower of the Mark II model, which the Japanese released from 1968 to 2004. Thus, cars with the name Mark were produced for more than half a century, and during this time they managed to change 11 generations. In total, more than 6.5 million vehicles left the assembly line. The peak of sales occurred in 1989, when about 210 thousand cars were sold.
The last-ever Toyota Mark X sedan was equipped with a 2.5-liter gasoline six-cylinder naturally aspirated engine, working together with a six-speed automatic transmission.