TOYOTA GAZOO Racing believes "On the road we learn how to make ever-better cars." 5 Continents Drive Project was formulated to put this maxim to the test. Starting from 2014 until the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games, Toyota employees will be hitting the open road and crossing five continents. Their mission explore potential product improvements more deeply informed and personally involved team members.
At the end of August in 2018, Toyota will launch the fifth consecutive leg of its 5 Continents Drive Project in Africa.

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Akio Toyoda takes the wheel and takes on one of the world's toughest races, pushing the limits of his car—and enjoying every minute of it.


Latin America 2016

In the summer of 2016, the Latin American leg of Toyota’s Five Continents Drive project got off to a blazing start in Brazil. Drivers traversed the Andes Mountains of Chili, Peru and Bolivia, continuing through Argentina and Uruguay as winter approached. In 78 days, the team of 118 drivers covered some 20,413 kilometers in 16 different cars.

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North America 2015

The North American leg of the project started in Summer 2015 in the state of Texas. The expedition then went to the East Coast and across America, passing through Canada and Mexico. In the winter of that year, the project drove through Canada and Alaska. The 140 person team drove about 28,000km in 109 days, driving 23 different types of cars.

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Australia 2014

The 2014 Australian leg of project came to a
successful end after 72 days of driving Australian
roads, circling the continent and starting and
finishing in Melbourne, where the TMCA (Toyota
Motor Corporation Australia) production plant is
located. 80 team members drove 13 cars throughout
Australia, which is said to boast 80% of the
world’s most demanding roads.

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See the journey