Discover the complete list of Toyota vehicles: from classics to the most advanced

Toyota is world-renowned for its extensive list of vehicles, ranging from classic models to the most modern and technologically advanced. Among them is the iconic Toyota Corolla, the best-selling car of all time. Another standout is the Toyota Camry, a midsize sedan known for its comfort and advanced technology.

In the off-road segment, the Toyota Land Cruiser stands out for its strength and durability. In sports cars, the Toyota Supra has captivated enthusiasts with its sleek design and powerful engine.In addition to its wide range of vehicles, Toyota is a leader in sustainable technology. It has pioneered hybrid electric vehicles, spearheaded by the Toyota Prius. It has also developed hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, such as the Toyota Mirai.

Here is a list of all the Toyota vehicles ever made

Toyota vehicles manufactured in the 1930s:

Toyota vehicles manufactured in the 1950s:

  • Toyota FA (1954–1978)
  • Toyota ToyoAce (1954–2020)
  • Toyota RR (1955-1956, also known as Master)
  • Toyota Crown (1957–2000)
  • Toyota SF (1951–1953)
  • Toyota SG (1952, small truck)
  • Toyota Stout (1962–198x)

Toyota vehicles manufactured in the 1960s:

  • Toyota 1000 (1969-1981, also sold as Publica in Japan)
  • Toyota 1900 (1960–1964)
  • Toyota Bandeirante (1962-2001, Brazilian version of Toyota Land Cruiser J40)
  • Toyota Briska (1967-1968, pickup truck, continuation of the Hino Briska, predecessor of Hilux)
  • Toyota Corona Mark II (1968-2004, also known as Mark II)
  • Toyota Corolla Sprinter (1968–1970)
  • Toyota MiniAce (1967–1975)

Toyota vehicles manufactured in the 1970s:

  • Toyota Celica (1970–2006)
  • Toyota Carina (1970–2000)
  • Toyota Chaser (1977–2000)
  • Toyota Cressida (1973–1992)
  • Toyota Crown Comfort (1995–2017)
  • Toyota Mark II (1968-2004, also known as Corona Mark II)

Toyota vehicles manufactured in the 1980s:

  • Toyota Supra (1980–2002)
  • Toyota Camry (1982-presente)
  • Toyota Corolla Levin (1972-2000, sporty coupé version of Corolla, sister product of the Sprinter Trueno)
  • Toyota Cresta (1980–2001)
  • Toyota LiteAce (1980–2007)
  • Toyota MR2 (1984–2005)
  • Toyota Soarer (1981-2005, also sold as Lexus SC)
  • Toyota Sprinter Carib (1984-2002, family version of Corolla)
  • Toyota Windom (1989-2007, also sold as Lexus ES)

Toyota vehicles manufactured in the 1990s:

  • Toyota 4Runner (1984-present)
  • Toyota Altezza (1998-2005, also sold as Lexus IS)
  • Toyota Avalon (1994-present)
  • Toyota Avensis (1997–2018)
  • Toyota Camry Solara (1999–2008)
  • Toyota Celica Supra (1978–1985)
  • Toyota Corolla (1966-present)
  • Toyota Land Cruiser Prado (1990-present)
  • Toyota Previa/Estima (1990–2019)
  • Toyota RAV4 (1994-present)
  • Toyota Sienna (1997-present)
  • Toyota Tacoma (1995-present)
  • Toyota Tercel (1978–1999)
  • Toyota Yaris (1999-present)
  • Toyota Vitz (1999–2019)
  • Toyota Vienta (1995-2000) (Australian market variant of Toyota Camry)

Toyota vehicles manufactured in the 2000s:

  • Toyota Auris (2006–2020)
  • Toyota Aygo (2005–present)
  • Toyota FJ Cruiser (2006–2014)
  • Toyota Highlander (2000.
  • Toyota Verso-S (2010-2017, European version of the Ractis)
  • Toyota Voltz (2002-2004 in Japan, sold as Pontiac Vibe 2002-2009 in the United States)
  • Toyota Wish (2003-2017, vendido en Hong Kong y Singapore)
  • Toyota Yaris (DJ/DL) (2016-2020, sold in North America, also sold as Scion iA)
  • Toyota Yaris Verso (2000–2004)
  • Toyota Zelas (2010-2016, also sold as Scion tC)