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Toyota has produced and marketed vehicles since 1935. Most vehicles sold today are designed and manufactured by Toyota, while some vehicles are produced by other companies and supplied to Toyota through an OEM supply basis. Many models are limited to some regions, while some others are marketed worldwide. This list does not include vehicles from Lexus, Scion, Daihatsu or Hino brands.

Current vehicles

Passenger cars

Body style Model Current generation Vehicle description
Image Name(s) Introduction
(cal. year)
Model code Introduction
(cal. year)
Main markets
Sedan Avalon 1994 XX50 2018 China Full-size sedan mainly produced and marketed in North America (until 2022) and China. Hybrid powertrain is available.
Belta 2005 (nameplate) 2021 Africa Subcompact sedan (B-segment), rebadged Suzuki Ciaz. Previously, the Belta nameplate was used for the Japanese market Vios/Yaris sedan.
bZ3 2022 EA10L 2022 China Battery electric compact sedan jointly developed with BYD Auto.
Camry 1982 XV80 2023 Global (except Japan) Mid-size sedan (D-segment) marketed globally. Hybrid powertrain is standard/optional.
Century 1967 G60 2018 Japan Traditional luxury flagship sedan, mainly marketed in Japan. Hybrid powertrain is standard.

Corolla 1966 E210 2018 Global Compact sedan (C-segment) marketed globally. Traditionally the best-selling Toyota model worldwide. The Prestige model has been marketed in Europe, Asia (except Japan) and South America, while the Sporty model has been marketed in North America, Australasia, and China (as the Levin). Marketed in short wheelbase version in Japan. Marketed in Southeast Asia and Taiwan as the Corolla Altis. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Allion 2021 2021 China Long-wheelbase versions of the Corolla for the Chinese market. The Allion is a reused nameplate from the Japanese-market compact sedan.
Levin GT
Crown 1955 S230/232 (sedan) 2023 Japan, China Rear-wheel-drive luxury sedan available in hybrid and fuel cell hydrogen powertrains.
S235 (crossover) 2022 Japan, North America and others All-wheel-drive luxury crossover sedan marketed in Japan and North America. Oldest Toyota passenger car nameplate still in use. Hybrid powertrain is standard.
Mirai 2014 JPD20 2020 Global Fuel-cell/hydrogen executive sedan.
Prius 1997 XW60 2022 Global Hybrid/plug-in hybrid compact liftback (C-segment). The first mass-marketed hybrid electric car.

Vios/
Yaris
2002 XP150

AC100

2013

2022

Emerging markets in Asia, Africa and Latin America Subcompact sedan (B-segment) produced primarily for emerging markets. The Vios nameplate is used in China, Taiwan and Southeast Asian countries, while the Yaris nameplate is used in China, India, Middle East, Latin America, and Thailand (as the Yaris Ativ).
Hatchback Agya/
Wigo
2013 A350[A] 2023 Southeast Asia and others City car developed by Daihatsu for emerging markets, rebadged Daihatsu Ayla.
Aqua 2011 XP210 2021 Japan Hybrid-only subcompact hatchback (B-segment). First generation was marketed as the Prius c overseas.
Corolla 1966 E210 2018 Global Compact hatchback (C-segment). Successor to the Auris. Called the Corolla Sport in Japan. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
GR Corolla 2022 2022 Global High-performance variant of the Corolla hatchback (E210).
Glanza/
Starlet
2019 2022 India and Africa Subcompact hatchback (B-segment) developed and manufactured by Suzuki, primarily marketed in India (as Glanza) and Africa (as Starlet). Rebadged Suzuki Baleno.
Vitz 1998 (nameplate) 2023 Africa City car (A-segment) developed by Suzuki for emerging markets, rebadged Suzuki Celerio.
Yaris (XP150) 2013 XP150 2013 Emerging markets in Asia, Africa and Latin America Subcompact hatchback (B-segment) produced primarily for emerging markets. Hatchback version of the Vios.
Yaris (XP210) 1999 XP210 2020 Japan, Europe and Australasia Subcompact hatchback (B-segment) produced primarily for developed markets. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
GR Yaris 2020 Global (except North America) High-performance, three-door version of the Yaris (XP210), mass-produced as a homologation model for the FIA World Rally Championship.
Station wagon Corolla 1966 E160 2012 Japan Station wagon version of the E160 Corolla, continues to be sold as the Corolla Fielder alongside the E210 Corolla Touring in Japan.
E210 2018 Europe and Japan Station wagon version of the Corolla, primarily marketed in Europe and Japan. Marketed with a short-wheelbase in Japan. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Crossover SUV Aygo X 2022 AB70 2022 Europe Crossover city car (A-segment) for the European market, based on the Yaris platform.
bZ4X 2022 EA10 2022 Global Battery electric crossover SUV.
C-HR 2016 2023 Global (except North America) Compact crossover based on the GA-C platform.
Century (SUV) 2023 G70 2023 Japan SUV variation of the Century based on the GA-K platform. Plug-in hybrid powertrain is standard.
Corolla Cross 2020 XG10 2020 Global Compact crossover based on the Corolla platform. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Alt= Frontlander 2021 2021 China Rebadged Corolla Cross for China produced by GAC Toyota.
Alt= Crown Signia 1955 (Crown nameplate) 2023 North America and Japan All-wheel-drive mid-size crossover available in hybrid powertrain, successor to the Venza in North America.
Crown Sport S236 2023 Japan All-wheel-drive mid-size crossover available in hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains.
Grand Highlander 2023 AS10 2023 North America Mid-size crossover primarily marketed in North America as a larger variation of the Highlander. Third-row seating is standard. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Harrier

Venza

1997

2008

XU80 2020 Japan, China and others

North America and China

Mid-size crossover, built on the same platform as the RAV4. Marketed as the Venza in North America and China, prior to the XU80 model both were different models. Hybrid powertrain is optional (standard for the Venza).
Highlander/
Kluger
2000 XU70 2019 North America, Australasia and others Mid-size crossover primarily marketed in North America, Australasia and China. Third-row seating is standard. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Raize 2019 A200[B] 2019 Japan, Southeast Asia and others Subcompact crossover developed by Daihatsu, primarily marketed in Japan and Indonesia. Rebadged A200 series Daihatsu Rocky. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
RAV4 1994 XA50 2018 Global Compact crossover marketed globally. Traditionally the best-selling Toyota SUV. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains are optional.
Wildlander 2020 2020 China Rebadged RAV4 for China produced by GAC Toyota. Hybrid and plug-in hybrid option available.
Urban Cruiser 2008 (nameplate) 2022 India, Middle East and Africa Subcompact crossover developed by Suzuki, primarily marketed in India (as the Urban Cruiser Hyryder) and Africa. Mild hybrid and full hybrid powertrains are available.
Yaris Cross 2020 XP210 2020 Japan, Europe, Australasia and others Subcompact crossover based on the Yaris platform, primarily marketed in Europe, Japan, and Australasia. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
AC200 2023 Southeast Asia and others Subcompact crossover based on the DNGA platform, marketed in Indonesia and others. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Body-on-frame SUV 4Runner 1984 N280 2009 Americas and others Body-on-frame mid-size SUV based on the Tacoma, marketed primarily in North America. Third-row seating is optional.
Fortuner/
SW4
2005 AN150/
AN160
2015 Global (except Japan, Europe, China and North America) Body-on-frame mid-size SUV based on the Hilux, marketed globally except in Europe, North America, Japan, China, and others. Third-row seating is standard in many markets, and optional in some markets.
Land Cruiser 70 1951 J70 1984 Japan, Middle East, Africa and Australasia Full-size body-on-frame SUV. The oldest continuing Toyota nameplate. The J70 is an off-road oriented model produced with minimal changes since 1984.
Land Cruiser 300 J300 2021 Global (except Europe and North America)
Land Cruiser Prado 1984 J150 2009 Global Mid-size body-on-frame SUV, smaller than the full-size Land Cruiser. Available in long-wheelbase 5-door and short-wheelbase 3-door body styles.
J250 2023
Rush 2006 F800/
F850
2017 Southeast Asia and others Rear-wheel-drive mini SUV developed by Daihatsu for the Indonesian market. Rebadged Daihatsu Terios. Primarily marketed in Southeast Asia, Middle East, and Africa. Third-row seating is standard in most markets, and optional in some markets.
Sequoia 2001 XK80 2022 North America and others Full-size body-on-frame SUV based on the Tundra. Primarily marketed in North America. Hybrid powertrain and third-row seating are standard.
MPV/
minivan
Alphard 2002 AH40 2023 Asia Minivans with rear sliding doors developed for the Japanese market and marketed throughout Asia. Third-row seating is standard. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Vellfire 2008
Avanza 2003 W100[C] 2021 Southeast Asia and Latin America Compact MPV developed by Daihatsu for the Indonesian market and marketed throughout emerging markets in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Third-row seating is standard in most markets, and optional in some markets. Veloz is the upmarket equivalent of the Avanza, which became its own model in 2021.
Veloz 2021 W100/
W150
[D]
2021 Southeast Asia and Middle East
Calya 2016 B400[E] 2016 Indonesia Three-row mini MPV developed by Daihatsu and marketed exclusively in the Indonesian market. Third-row seating is standard.
Innova 2004 AN140 2015 Southeast Asia, India and others Second-generation Innova, a rear-wheel-drive, body-on-frame mid-size MPV marketed throughout emerging markets in Asia. Third-row seating is standard.
AG10 2022 Third-generation Innova, a front-wheel-drive mid-size MPV, marketed as the Kijang Innova Zenix in Indonesia and as the Innova Hycross in India. Third-row seating is standard. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Noah 2001 R90 2022 Japan and others Minivans with rear sliding doors developed for the Japanese market and also marketed in limited Asian markets. Third-row seating is standard. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Voxy
Roomy 2016 M900[F] 2016 Japan Two-row mini MPV with rear sliding doors developed by Daihatsu. Marketed in Japan. Rebadged Daihatsu Thor. Also marketed under "Tank" nameplate until September 2020.
Rumion 2021 2021 India and Africa Three-row compact MPV developed and manufactured by Suzuki, primarily marketed in Africa. Rebadged Suzuki Ertiga.
Sienna 1997 XL40 2020 North America, China and others Full-size minivan with rear sliding doors developed for the North American market. Third-row seating and hybrid powertrain are standard.
ProAce Verso 2017 2017 Europe Passenger van version of the ProAce. Electric powertrain is optional.
ProAce City Verso 2019 2019 Europe Passenger van version of the ProAce City. Electric powertrain is optional.
Sienta 2003 XP210 2022 Japan, Taiwan and Southeast Asia Mini MPV with rear sliding doors developed for the Japanese market and marketed in several Asian markets. Third-row seating is optional. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
Sports car GR86 2012 ZN8 2021 Global Two-door, rear-wheel-drive 2+2 sports car jointly developed with Subaru alongside the near-identical Subaru BRZ. Marketed under Gazoo Racing branding since 2021.
Supra 1978 J29 2019 Global Two-door, two-seater rear-wheel-drive sports car jointly developed with BMW alongside the BMW Z4 (G29). Marketed under Gazoo Racing branding.
Kei car C+pod 2020 RMV12 2020 Japan Battery electric two-seater, three-door kei hatchback.
COMS 2000 2012 Japan Single-seater battery electric microcar developed by Toyota Auto Body.
Copen GR Sport 2019 LA400[G] 2019 Japan Kei roadster developed by Daihatsu. Rebadged Daihatsu Copen GR Sport.
Pixis Epoch 2011 LA350[H] 2017 Japan Kei hatchback developed by Daihatsu. Rebadged LA350 series Daihatsu Mira e:S.

Commercial vehicles

Body style Model Current generation Vehicle description
Image Name(s) Introduction
(cal. year)
Model code Introduction
(cal. year)
Main markets
Van HiAce 1967 H200 2004 Japan and Southeast Asia Cab over van with rear sliding doors mainly marketed in Asia-Pacific and Africa. Available in many configurations, including short-wheelbase, long-wheelbase, wide super-long wheelbase, blind van, window van, low-roof, high-roof, etc. Other names include Commuter, RegiusAce, KDH, Quantum, and Ventury.
H300 2019 Global (except Japan, Europe and North America) Successor to the H200 series HiAce with a front bonnet design. Other names include the Commuter and Quantum.
Asia-Pacific Upscale passenger-oriented version of the short-wheelbase, low-roof H300 series HiAce. Marketed throughout Asia-Pacific as the GranAce, Granvia, Majesty, HiAce Super Grandia, HiAce VIP, and Quantum VX.
ProAce 2013 2016 Europe Medium van with rear sliding doors developed and manufactured by Stellantis, marketed in Europe. Rebadged Citroën Jumpy. Passenger-oriented version is available as the ProAce Verso. Battery electric powertrain is optional.
ProAce City 2019 2019 Europe Compact van/leisure activity van with rear sliding doors developed and manufactured by Stellantis, marketed in Europe. Rebadged Citroën Berlingo. Passenger-oriented version is available as the ProAce City Verso. Battery electric powertrain is optional.
ProAce Max 2023 2023 Europe Large van developed and manufactured by Stellantis, marketed in Europe. Rebadged Fiat Ducato. Battery electric powertrain is optional.
Probox 2002 XP160 2002 Japan Station wagon commercial van for the Japanese market. Successor to the Corolla/Caldina van.
TownAce/
LiteAce
1976 S400[I] 2008 Japan, emerging markets in Asia and Latin America Cab over compact van with rear sliding doors developed by Daihatsu. Rebadged Daihatsu Gran Max.
Pickup
truck
Hilux 1968 AN120 2015 Global (except North America) Mid-size pickup truck marketed globally except North America. Available in single cab, space cab, and double cab configurations.
Hilux Champ/
Rangga
2023 AN110/
120
2023 Southeast Asia Compact pickup truck or chassis cab.
Land Cruiser (J70) 1951 J70 1984 Japan, Middle East, Africa and Australasia Pickup version of the J70 series Land Cruiser.
Tacoma 1995 N300 2016 North America and others Mid-size pickup truck developed for the North American market. Available in single cab, space cab, and double cab configurations.
Tundra 2000 XK70 2021 North America and others Full-size pickup truck developed for the North American market. Available in CrewMax, and double cab configurations. Hybrid powertrain is optional.
TownAce/
LiteAce
1976 S400[J] 2008 Japan, emerging markets in Asia and Latin America Cab over compact basic pickup truck developed by Daihatsu. Rebadged Daihatsu Gran Max.
Kei truck Pixis Truck 2011 S500[K] 2014 Japan Cab over kei pickup truck developed by Daihatsu. Rebadged S500 series Daihatsu Hijet Truck.
Pixis Van 2011 S700[L] 2021 Japan Cab over kei van with rear sliding doors developed by Daihatsu. Rebadged Daihatsu Hijet Cargo.
Cabover truck Dyna 1959 2011 Global Light to medium-duty cab over truck for commercial use jointly developed with Hino.
Bus Coaster 1969 B60/B70 2017 Global Single-decker bus. Available in three configurations; standard wheelbase configuration, long wheelbase configuration and a school bus configuration.
Sora 2018 2018 Japan Fuel-cell/hydrogen single-decker transit bus, jointly developed with Hino Motors.
Taxi JPN Taxi 2017 NTP10 2017 Japan and others Hybrid mini MPV with rear left sliding door developed for the Japanese market for taxi use. Based on the second-generation Sienta platform.

Past production vehicles

Concept vehicles

The following is a partial list of concept cars Toyota developed. The year indicates when the vehicle was first officially shown to the public.

Toyota concept vehicles
Name Year Comment
Toyota 1/X 2007
Toyota-28 2016 28 foot fibreglass boat partnered with Yanmar, entered production as the Ponam-28V
Toyota 4500GT 1989 Entered production as the Lexus SC400
Toyota 86 Shooting Brake 2016 Sports wagon based on the 86
Toyota 86 Tomica Concept 2015 Toyota 86 patrol car made to replicate a Tomica 86
Toyota A-BAT 2008
Toyota A1 1935 Entered production as the AA
Toyota Airport Limousine (1961) 1961 Based on the Crown
Toyota Airport Limousine (1977) 1977 Based on the Crown
Toyota Alessandro Volta 2004
Toyota APM 2020 Made specially for the 2020 Olympics
Toyota ASV 1995 Retrospectively renamed the ASV-1
Toyota ASV-2 2000
Toyota ASV-3 2002
Toyota Aurion Sports Concept 2006 Based on the Camry
Toyota Avalon (concept) 1991
Toyota AXV 1985
Toyota AXV-II 1987 Entered production as the Sera
Toyota AXV-III 1991
Toyota AXV-IV 1991
Toyota AXV-V 1993
Toyota Aygo Crazy 2008
Toyota bZ FlexSpace 2023
Toyota bZ Sport Crossover 2023
Toyota CAL-1 1977
Toyota Camatte 2012 Electric vehicle with customisable body panels to teach children how cars function
Toyota Camatte57s 2013 Cycle wheel roadster body for the Camatte
Toyota Camatte57s Sport 2013 Closed wheel roadster body for the Camatte
Toyota Camatte57s Sport LED 2014 Camatte57s with LEDs covering the bonnet
Toyota Camatte Daichi 2012 Closed roof off-road style body for the Camatte
Toyota Camatte Hajime 2015 Jeep style body for the Camatte
Toyota Camatte Petta 2017 Roadster body for the Camatte
Toyota Camatte Setsuna 2016 Wooden cycle wheel roadster body for the Camatte
Toyota Camatte Sora 2012 Closed roof cycle wheel style body for the Camatte
Toyota Camatte Takumi 2012 Lotus 7 style body for the Camatte
Toyota Camp Mate 1989 Expanding campervan, based on the TownAce
Toyota Camry CNG Hybrid 2008 Based on the Camry Hybrid
Toyota Camry TS-01 2005 Based on the Camry
Toyota ccX 2002
Toyota Celica Cruising Deck 1999 Based on the seventh generation Celica
Toyota Celica Ultimate Concept 2000 Seventh generation Celica-based road racer
Toyota Celica XYR 1999 Entered production as the seventh generation Celica
Toyota Century GT45 1971 With GT45 gas turbine engine
Toyota C-HR concept 2014 Entered production as the C-HR
Toyota Commuter 1970
Toyota Concept-i 2017
Toyota Concept-i Ride 2017 City car optimised for drivers with wheelchairs
Toyota Concept-i Walk 2017 3-wheeled motorised scooter
Toyota Corona 1500S Convertible 1963
Toyota Corona 1900S Sporty Sedan 1963 Entered production as the RT30L Corona
Toyota Corona Sports Coupe 1963
Toyota Corolla Furia 2013
Toyota Crown Convertible 1963 Based on the Crown 1900
Toyota Crown Majesta EV 1993 Based on the Crown Majesta
Toyota CQ-1 1983 Based on the TownAce
Toyota CS&S 2003
Toyota CX-80 1979 Also shown as the FCX-80
Toyota C+pod 2019 Based on the Toyota Ultra-Compact BEV
Toyota D-4D 180 Clean Power Concept Car 2004 Demonstrated new D-4D diesel engine
Toyota Dear Qin 2012
Toyota diji 2012 Update of the Fun-vii
Toyota DMT 2001
Toyota Dream Car 1964
Toyota Dream Car Model 1963
Toyota DV-1 1981
Toyota e-Palette 2018 Automated battery electric minibus
Toyota E-Racer 2019 Race car simulator
Toyota EA 1938 Based on the DKW F-7
Toyota EB 1938
Toyota Electronics Car 1970 Based on the Corona
Toyota Endo 2005
Toyota EPU 2023 4-door pickup truck
Toyota ES3 2001
Toyota ESV-2 1972 Second version
Toyota ESV 1973 Final version
Toyota EV2 1973 Small electric vehicle
Toyota EV-30 1987
Toyota EV Prototype 2011 Based on the iQ
Toyota EX-I 1969
Toyota EX-II 1969
Toyota EX-III 1969
Toyota EX-7 1970 Based on the Toyota 7
Toyota EX-11 1981 Entered production as the Soarer
Toyota Experimental Aluminum Car 1977
Toyota Extreme Sienna 2016 Sienna with wooden floors and controlled by an iPad
Toyota F101 1973
Toyota F110 1977
Toyota F120 1981
Toyota F3R 2006
Toyota Family Wagon 1979 Based on the LiteAce
Toyota FCEV 1997 Fuel cell vehicle using methanol
Toyota FCHV 1997 Series of fuel cell hybrid vehicles based on the Highlander
Toyota FCHV-1 1997 First FCHV
Toyota FCHV-2 1999 Second FCHV
Toyota FCHV-3 2001 Third FCHV
Toyota FCHV-4 2002 Fourth FCHV
Toyota FCHV-adv 2008 Fifth FCHV
Toyota FCV 2013 Fuel cell hybrid vehicle
Toyota FCV-R 2011 Fuel cell hybrid vehicle, entered production as the Toyota Mirai
Toyota FCV Plus 2015 Fuel cell hybrid vehicle
Toyota FCX-80 1979 Also shown as the CX-80
Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride 2017
Toyota Fine-N 2003
Toyota Fine-S 2003
Toyota Fine-T 2005 Called the Fine-X in America
Toyota Fine-X 2005 Called the Fine-T in Japan and Europe
Toyota FLV 1995 Also shown as the Lexus FLV
Toyota FSC 2005 Entered production as the Mark X ZiO
Toyota FT-1 2014 Provided inspiration for the Toyota Supra (J29/DB)
Toyota FT-1 Graphite Concept 2014
Toyota FT-1 Vision Gran Turismo 2014
Toyota FT-3e 2023 5-door SUV
Toyota FT-4X 2017
Toyota FT-86 2009 Entered production as the 86
Toyota FT-86 G Sports 2010
Toyota FT-86 II 2011
Toyota FT-AC 2017 Future Toyota Adventure Concept – Hybrid Off-Roader
Toyota FT-Bh 2012
Toyota FT-CH 2010
Toyota FT-EV 2009 Based on the iQ
Toyota FT-Se 2023 2-door coupe
Toyota FT-EV II 2009 Based on the iQ
Toyota FT-EV III 2011 Based on the iQ
Toyota FT-HS 2007
Toyota FT-MV 2007 Entered production as the second-generation Alphard
Toyota FT-SX 2005 Entered production as the Venza
Toyota FTX 2004 Entered production as the second generation Tundra
Toyota Fun 2017 Based on the Camry
Toyota Fun Runner 1991 Based on the 4Runner
Toyota Fun Runner II 1995 Based on the 4Runner
Toyota Funcargo 1997
Toyota Funcoupe 1997
Toyota Funtime 1997
Toyota Fun-vii 2011 Updated as the diji
Toyota Furia 2013
Toyota FX-1 1983
Toyota FXS 2001
Toyota FXV 1985
Toyota FXV-II 1987
Toyota FV 2014
Toyota FV2 2013
Toyota Global Hiace Bev Concept 2023 BEV Van
Toyota GR HV 2017
Toyota GR Super Sport Concept 2018
Toyota GR Supra GT4 Concept 2019 Race car based on the Supra
Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept 2018 Precursor to the Supra (J29/DB)
Toyota GRMN Sports Hybrid Concept 2010 Based on the MR2
Toyota GRMN Sports Hybrid Concept II 2011 Based on the MR2
Toyota GTV 1987 Based on the Carina
Toyota HC-CV 2009 Based on the Camry Hybrid
Toyota Hi-CT 2007
Toyota Hilux Bruiser 2017 Looks like a Tamiya radio control car
Toyota Hilux RM-4D 1979
Toyota HV-M4 1999
Toyota Hybrid Electric Bus 1995 Based on the Coaster
Toyota Hybrid X 2007
Toyota i-foot 2004 A 2-footed robot
Toyota Kayoibako 2023 EV van
Toyota Kijang Innova EV Concept 2022 Battery electric version of the Kijang Innova
Toyota Insect 2011 1-seater concept; based on how an insect flies freely
Toyota IMV 0 2023 Also shown as the Toyota Next Generation Tamaraw Concept and the Toyota Rangga Concept. Entered production as the Toyota Hilux Champ.
Toyota i-REAL 2007
Toyota i-Road 2013 3-wheeler
Toyota i-swing 2005
Toyota i-TRIL 2017
Toyota i-unit 2005
Toyota iiMo 2012 Update of the Fun-vii / diji
Scion iQ Concept / Toyota iQ Sport 2009 Based on the iQ
Toyota JPN Taxi Concept 2013 Entered production as the JPN Taxi
Toyota JUU 2023 Motorised wheelchair
Toyota KIKAI Concept 2015
Toyota Land Cruiser FJ45 Concept 2003
Toyota Land Cruiser Se 2003 Monocoque-based three-row battery electric concept SUV
Toyota Land Hopper 2023 Electric mobility scooter
Toyota Land Speed Cruiser 2016 355 km/h (220 mph) Land Cruiser with twin turbo 5.7 litre V8
Toyota LC 500 2020 Based on the Lexus LC 500
Toyota LQ Concept 2019
Toyota Marinetta 1971 Trailer
Toyota Marinetta 10 1973 Trailer
Toyota Marine Cruiser 1973 Based on the Land Cruiser
Toyota Matrix Sport 2002 Based on the first generation Matrix
Toyota ME.WE 2013
Toyota MH20 1972 Motor home based on a small bus
Toyota MOB 2010 Electric open-top race car using organic materials
Toyota Moguls 1995
Toyota Motor Triathlon Race Car 2004
Toyota MP-1 1975
Toyota MP20 1972 Multi-purpose vehicle based on a small bus
Toyota MR2 Concept 2020 Made in partnership with Porsche
Toyota MR2 Group B Prototype 1987 MR2 based Group B race car
Toyota MR2 Street Affair 2002 Based on the MR2
Toyota MRJ 1995
Toyota MR-S 1997 Entered production as the third-generation MR2
Toyota Moving-E 2019
Toyota NC250 1997 Compact luxury RWD car
Toyota NCSV 1999
Toyota NEO Steer 2023 Used motorcycle handler bar
Toyota NEW 1997
Toyota Next Generation Tamaraw Concept 2023 Also shown as the Toyota IMV 0 and the Toyota Rangga Concept. Entered production as the Toyota Hilux Champ.
Toyota NLSV 2003
Toyota Noah MU Concept 2018
Toyota NS4 2012
Toyota Open Deck 1999 Based on the bB
Toyota Palette 1983
Toyota PieAce 2019 A convertible HiAce with built-in pie oven — an April Fools' Day joke press release by Toyota Australia[2]
Toyota PM 2003
Toyota Pod 2001
Toyota Prius 1995
Toyota Prius c Concept 2011
Toyota Prius Custom Plus Concept 2010
Toyota Prius G 2016 Prius modified to do 1g on a skidpad
Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid 2010
Toyota Prius PHV 2011
Toyota Prius+ 2011
Toyota Project Go 2002
Toyota Project Portal 2017 A fuel cell truck based on the Kenworth T660
Toyota Project Portal 2.0 2018 A fuel cell truck based on the Kenworth T680
Toyota Publica Sports 1962 Entered production as the Sports 800
Toyota Rangga Concept 2023 Also shown as the Toyota IMV 0 and the Toyota Next Generation Tamaraw Concept. Entered production as the Toyota Hilux Champ.
Toyota RAV-Four 1989 Entered production as the RAV4
Toyota RAV4 Adventure 2013 RAV4 emphasising 4WD ruggedness
Toyota RAV4 Premium 2013 RAV4 emphasising luxury
Toyota Retro Cruiser 1999 Widened FJ40 body on UZJ100 chassis
Toyota Rhombus 2019
Toyota RiN 2007
Toyota RSC 2001 Based on the RAV4
Toyota Rugged Youth Utility 2003 Entered production as the FJ Cruiser
Toyota RV-1 1971
Toyota RV-2 1972
Toyota HiLux RV-3 1980 Based on HiLux
Toyota RV-5 1981 Entered production as the AL20 Tercel 4WD
Toyota S-FR 2015
Toyota S-FR Racing Concept 2016
Toyota Setsuna 2016 Wooden composite with open top
Toyota Soarer Aero Cabin 1987 Soarer with a retractable roof
Toyota Solara Concept 1998 Entered production as the Camry Solara
Toyota Sonic Emotion C-HR Concept 2018 Based on the C-HR
Toyota Space mobility 2023 Moon buggy
Toyota Sportivo Coupe 2004
Toyota Sports 1957
Toyota Sports 800 Gas Turbine Hybrid 1979 Sports 800 converted to gas turbine hybrid
Toyota Sports X 1961
Toyota Sports EV 2010 Sports 800 converted to single electric motor
Toyota Sports EV Twin 2011 Sports 800 converted to twin electric motors
Toyota SC 1948 Based on the SB
Toyota SU-HV1 2003 Entered production as the second generation Lexus RX
Toyota Super AWD 2021 Made with Subaru, marketed as the Subaru Super AWD
Toyota Supra 4x4 2020 Rally version of the Supra
Toyota Supra Lexus 2020 Also called Toyota Supra "Lexus"
Toyota SV-1 1973 Entered production as the Celica liftback
Toyota SV-2 1981 Entered production as the Supra Mk II
Toyota SV-3 1983 Entered production as the MR2
Toyota TAC3 1983 3-seat 4WD + trailer
Toyota Tacoma Back To The Future Concept 2015 Tacoma styled in the manner of the Hilux used in the 1985 film
Toyota Tacoma X-Runner 2023 Concept 2023 Tacoma with Tundra engine, drivetrain and suspension
Toyota TE-Spyder 800 2014 Third gen MR2 spyder chassis with Prius drivetrain and 1NZ-FE engine
Toyota TES ERA EV 2012
Toyota Town Spider System 1973 Electric commuter
Toyota Tj Cruiser 2017 Based on the FJ Cruiser
Toyota TownAce Van EV 1991 Based on the TownAce
Toyota T Sports 2010
Toyota U2 2014 Urban Utility vehicle
Toyota Urban Cruiser Concept 2006 Urban Cruiser Concept
Toyota Urban SUV Concept 2023
Toyota UUV 2002 Urban Utility Vehicle
Toyota UUV 2015 Ultimate Urban Vehicle. Modified Sienna body on a Tacoma chassis
Toyota Vellfire Spacious Lounge Concept 2023 Based on the Toyota Vellfire
Toyota VM180 2001
Toyota Winglet 2008
Toyopet X 1961 Based on the RS30 Crown
uBox 2016 Electric minivan
Ultra-compact BEV Concept Model for business 2019 Based on the Toyota Ultra-Compact BEV
Toyota X-Runner 2003 Coupé utility based on the Avalon
Toyota XTREME Corolla 2016 2-door sports coupe based on a 4-door Toyota Corolla
Toyota X-Van Gear Concept 2023 Van
Toyota Yaris Adventure 2019 A Yaris subcompact pickup truck — an April Fools' Day joke press release by Toyota USA
Toyota Yaris Cabrio Concept 2000 Toyota Vitz (XP10)
Toyota Yaris Legian 2015 2-door convertible based on Toyota Yaris (XP150)
Toyota Yun Dong Shuang Qing 2012 China-only hybrid concept

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Daihatsu model code
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References

  1. ^ "Toyota launches the sequel to Singapore's most successful MPV". Retrieved 2009-10-31.
  2. ^ "April Fool's Day: Toyota Reveals Limited Edition HiAce 'PieAce' Convertible for Australia" (Press release). Australia: Toyota. 2019-04-01. Retrieved 2019-05-19.

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