Toyota models

Toyota logoHere is a list of al the vehicles ever produced by Toyota.


Car Models:
Auris Touring Sports
Grand Prius+
Prius Plug-In
Land Cruiser
Land Cruiser V8

Old Car Models:
Toyota 1000 (1969–1981, also sold as the Publica in Japan)
Toyota 2000GT (1967–1970)
Toyota 86 (2012-present, sold as the Scion FR-S in the United States and Toyota GT-86 in Europe)
Toyota 4Runner (1984–present, also sold as the Toyota Hilux Surf in Japan)
Toyota AA (1936–1943)
Toyota AB (1936–1943)
Toyota AC (1943–1947)
Toyota AE (1941–1943)
Toyota Allex (2001–2006)
Toyota Allion (2001–present)
Toyota Alphard (2002–present)
Toyota Altezza (1998–2005, also sold as the Lexus IS)
Toyota Aristo (1991–2005, also sold as the Lexus GS)
Toyota Aurion (2006–present, Australia)
Toyota Auris (2007–present)
Toyota Avalon (1995–present, previously sold in Japan as the Toyota Pronard)
Toyota Avanza (2003–present)
Toyota BA (1940)
Toyota bB (2000–present, sold as the Scion xB in the United States from 2003-2007)
Toyota Belta (2006–present)
Toyota Brevis (2001–2007)
Toyota Briska (1967–1968, pickup truck, continuation of Hino Briska, predecessor to Hilux)
Toyota BX (1951, truck)
Toyota BJ (1951, Jeep, later called the Land Cruiser)
Toyota Caldina (1992–2007)
Toyota Cami (more commonly sold as the Daihatsu Terios)
Toyota Camry (1983–present)
Toyota Camry Solara (1999–2008)
Toyota Carina (1970–2000)
Toyota Carina II (1987–1992)
Toyota Carina E (1992–1998)
Toyota Carina ED (1985–1998)
Toyota Carri (1996, Corolla variant for South Africa)
Toyota Cavalier (1995–2000, rebadged Chevrolet Cavalier)
Toyota Celica (1970–2006)
Toyota Celsior (1989–2005, also sold as the Lexus LS)
Toyota Century (1967–present)
Toyota Chaser (1977–2000)
Toyota Classic (1996)
Toyota Coaster (1969–present)
Toyota Condor (South African built version of the Kijang)
Toyota Comfort (1988–present, also known as the Toyota Crown Comfort)
Toyota Corsa (1978–1999)
Toyota Corolla Sprinter (1966–present)
Toyota Corolla/Sprinter (1966–present)
Toyota Corolla Axio (2006–present)
Toyota Corolla Fielder (2000–present)
Toyota Corolla Rumion (2007–present, also sold as the Scion xB from 2007)
Toyota Corolla Spacio (1997–2005)
Toyota Corolla Verso (1997–2009, sold as the Toyota Corolla Spacio in Japan)
Toyota Corona (1957–2000)
Toyota Corona EXiV (1989–1998)
Toyota Corona Mark II (1968–2004, also known as the Mark II)
Toyota Cressida (1973–1992)
Toyota Cresta (1980–2001)
Toyota Crown (1955–present)
Toyota Crown Majesta (1991–present)
Toyota Curren (1994–1998)
Toyota Cynos (1991–1999)
Toyota Duet (1997–2004, rebadged Daihatsu Storia)
Toyota Dyna (1959–present)
Toyota Echo (2000–2005)
Toyota eCom (1998)
Toyota Estima (1990–present, sold in some markets as the Toyota Previa)
Toyota Etios (2010–present)
Toyota FJ Cruiser (2006–present)
Toyota Fortuner (2005–present)
Toyota Fun Cargo (2000–2004)
Toyota G1 (1935–1936, truck)
Toyota GA (1936–1938, truck)
Toyota GB (1938–1942, truck)
Toyota Gaia (1998–2004)
Toyota Grand Hiace (1999–2002)
Toyota Granvia (1995–present)
Toyota Harrier (1998–2005, also sold as the Lexus RX)
Toyota Heavy Duty Truck (FA and DA Series)
Toyota Highlander (2001–present, also sold as the Toyota Kluger)
Toyota HiClass
Toyota Hiace (1967–present)
Toyota Innova (2003–present, sold in Indonesia as the Kijang Innova)
Toyota Ipsum (1996–2001, also sold as the Toyota Picnic from 2001, also sold as the Toyota Avensis Verso)
Toyota Isis (2004–present)
Toyota ist (2002–present, also sold as the Scion xA in the United States and Toyota xA in the Middle East)
Toyota KB (1942–1944, truck)
Toyota KC (1943, truck)
Toyota KCY (1943–1944, amphibian truck)
Toyota Kijang (1977–present, known as Condor/Qualis/Revo/Stallion/Tamaraw/Unser/Zace outside Indonesia)
Toyota Kingdom
Toyota Kluger (2001–present, also sold as the Toyota Highlander)
Toyota Lexcen (1989–1992, Australia, rebadged Holden Commodore)
Toyota LiteAce (1970–present)
Toyota Mark II (1968–2004, also known as the Corona Mark II)
Toyota Mark II Blit (2002–2007)
Toyota Mark X (2004–present, sold in China as the Toyota Reiz)
Toyota Mark X ZiO (2007–present)
Toyota Massy Dyna (1969-1977, four-ton cab-over truck)
Toyota Master (1955–1956, also called the RR)
Toyota Masterline (1962–1967)
Toyota Matrix (2003–present)
Toyota Mega Cruiser (1996–2002)
Toyota MiniAce
Toyota Model F (1984–1989, also called the Van, Tarago, Space Cruiser)
Toyota MR2/MR-S (1984–2005)
Toyota Nadia
Toyota Noah (2001–present)
Toyota Opa (2000–2005)
Toyota Origin (2000)
Toyota Paseo (1991–1999, also sold in some markets as the Toyota Cynos)
Toyota Passo (2004–present, sold in some markets as the Daihatsu Sirion)
Toyota Patrol (1955, Police patrol car based on the Super, Master or Crown)
Toyota Pickup (Pre-Tacoma Years, 1968–1995)
Toyota Picnic (1997–present)
Toyota Platz (1999–2005)
Toyota Porte (2004–present)
Toyota Premio (2001–present)
Toyota Previa (1991–1997, sold in some markets as the Toyota Estima)
Toyota Probox (2002–present)
Toyota Progres (1998–2007)
Toyota Pronard (2002–2004, also called the Toyota Avalon)
Toyota Publica (1961–1978)
Toyota Qualis (1977–present)
Toyota Ractis (2005–present)
Toyota Raum (1997–present)
Toyota Regius (1997–2002, same as Toyota Hiace)
Toyota Reiz (2004–present, Toyota Mark X sold in China)
Toyota Revo (1998–2004)
Toyota RH (1953–1955, also called the Super)
Toyota RK (1953, small truck)
Toyota RR (1955–1956, also called the Master)
Toyota RS (1955–1962, also called the Crown)
Toyota Rush (2006–present)
Toyota SA (1947–1952)
Toyota SB (1947–1952, small truck)
Toyota SD (1949–1951)
Toyota SF (1951–1953)
Toyota SG (1952, small truck)
Toyota SKB (1954, small truck, later called the Toyoace)
Toyota Scepter (a variant of the Camry, Japan only)
Toyota Sera (1990–1995)
Toyota Sequoia (2000–present)
Toyota Sienna (1998–present, North America)
Toyota Sienta (2003–present)
Toyota Soarer (1981–2005, also sold as the Lexus SC)
Toyota Sofia (Japan only)
Toyota Space Cruiser (1984–1989, UK version of the Van/Tarago/Model F)
Toyota Sports 800 (1965–1969)
Toyota Sprinter Trueno (1983–1987)
Toyota Sprinter Marino (1991–1998)
Toyota Stallion (South African built version of the Kijang)
Toyota Starlet (1973–1999)
Toyota Stout (1962-198x)
Toyota Succeed (2002–present)
Toyota Super (1953–1955, also called the RH or RHD)
Toyota Supra (1979–2002)
Toyota T-18 (1979-1983, Australian version of the Corolla TE72 hatchback)
Toyota T100 (1993–1998, North America)
Toyota Tacoma (1995–present, North America)
Toyota Tamaraw FX (1977–present)
Toyota Tarago (1983–present, Australia, New Zealand, also called Model F/Space Cruiser/Van)
Toyota Tazz (1996–2006, Corolla variant for South Africa)
Toyota Tercel (1978–1999)
Toyota Tiara (name used for the Corona RT20 sold on the international market)
Toyota TownAce (1983–present)
Toyota ToyoAce (1959–present)
Toyota Trailer T10 (approx 1960, trailer used behind the Landcruiser)
Toyota Tundra (1999–present, North America)
Toyota Urban Cruiser (2009–present)
Toyota Van (1984–1989, North America, also called the Model F/Space Cruiser/Tarago)
Toyota Vanguard (2008–present)
Toyota Venture (South African built version of the Kijang)
Toyota Venza (2008–present)
Toyota Verossa (2001–2003)
Toyota Verso (2009–present)
Toyota Vienta (name used by some variants of the Camry in Australia)
Toyota Vios (2003–present, sold in Thailand as the Toyota Soluna Vios)
Toyota Vista (1982–2003)
Toyota Vitz/Platz/Yaris/Echo (1999–present)
Toyota VM180 Zagato (2001, based on the MR-S)
Toyota Voltz (2002–2004 in Japan, sold as the Pontiac Vibe 2002-2009 in the USA)
Toyota Voxy (2001–present)
Toyota WiLL (2001?-2005)
Toyota Windom (1989–2007, also sold as the Lexus ES)
Toyota WISH (2003–present)
Toyota Zelas (2010–present, also sold as the Scion tC)

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