Complete List of All Toyota Models – Toyota Cars and Specifications

The complete list of Toyota Cars Models and the Full specifications of every car made by this manufacturer…

  • Toyota 1000 (1969–1981, also sold as the Publica in Japan)
  • Toyota 1900 (1960–1964)
  • Toyota 2000 (1973–1979, UK market version of the T100 Corona)
  • Toyota 2000GT (1967–1970)
  • Toyota AA (1936–1943)
  • Toyota AB (1936–1943)
  • Toyota AC (1943–1947)
  • Toyota AE (1941–1943)
  • Toyota Allex (2001–2006, hatchback version of Corolla E120, successor of Sprinter Cielo)
  • Toyota Altezza (1998–2005, also sold as the Lexus IS)
  • Toyota Altezza Gita (1998–2005, wagon version of Altezza)
  • Toyota Aristo (1991–2005, also sold as the Lexus GS)
  • Toyota Aurion (2006–2017)
  • Toyota Auris (2006–2020)
  • Toyota Avensis (1997–2018)
  • Toyota Avensis Verso (2001–2009, Europe, Australia and New Zealand version of the Ipsum)
  • Toyota BA (1940)
  • Toyota Bandeirante (1962–2001, Brazilian built Toyota Land Cruiser J40)
  • Toyota bB (2000–2016, sold as the Scion xB in the United States from 2003–2007)
  • Toyota Belta (2005–2016, also known as Yaris sedan or Vios in other markets)
  • Toyota Blade (2006–2012, upscale trim version of the Auris)
  • Toyota Blizzard (1980–1990, rebadge of Daihatsu Taft and Daihatsu Rugger)
  • Toyota Brevis (2001–2007)
  • Toyota Briska (1967–1968, pickup truck, continuation of Hino Briska, predecessor to Hilux)
  • Toyota Caldina (1992–2007)
  • Toyota Cami (1997–2005, more commonly sold as Daihatsu Terios)
  • Toyota Camry Coupe (1991–1996, coupe version of the XV10 Camry)
  • Toyota Camry Solara (1999–2008)
  • Toyota Carina (1970–2000)
  • Toyota Carina E (1992–1998)
  • Toyota Carina ED (1985–1998)
  • Toyota Carina FF (1984–1988)
  • Toyota Carina Surf (1982–1992, wagon version of Carina)
  • Toyota Carina II (1984–1992)
  • Toyota Celica (1970–2006)
  • Toyota Celica Camry (1980–1982)
  • Toyota Celica Supra (1978–1985)
  • Toyota Celica XX (1978–1985)
  • Toyota Celsior (1989–2005, also sold as the Lexus LS)
  • Toyota Chaser (1977–2000)
  • Toyota Classic (1996)
  • Toyota Comfort (1995–2017)
  • Toyota Corolla Ceres (1992–1999, sister car of Sprinter Marino)
  • Toyota Corolla II (Japanese version of Tercel)
  • Toyota Corolla Levin (1972–2000, sport coupe version of Corolla, sister product of Sprinter Trueno)
  • Toyota Corolla Rumion (2007–2015, also sold as the Scion xB from 2007–2016 and in Australia as the Rukus)
  • Toyota Corolla Spacio (1997–2005)
  • Toyota Corolla Sprinter (1968–1970)
  • Toyota Corolla SR5 (1983–1987)
  • 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 Corona SF (1992–1996, liftback version of the Corona for the Japanese market)
  • Toyota Corsa (1978–1999, Japanese version of the Tercel)
  • Toyota Cressida (1973–1992)
  • Toyota Cresta (1980–2001)
  • Toyota Crown Comfort (1995–2017)
  • Toyota Crown Majesta (1991–2018)
  • Toyota Curren (1994–1998)
  • Toyota Cynos (1991–1999)
  • Toyota DA (1936–1940, bus)
  • Toyota Duet (1997–2004, rebadged Daihatsu Storia)
  • Toyota Echo/Platz (2000–2005)
  • Toyota Estima/Previa (1999–2019)
  • Toyota FA (1954–1978)
  • Toyota FJ40 (1960–1984)
  • Toyota Fun Cargo (2000–2004)
  • Toyota Gaia (1998–2004)
  • Toyota Grand HiAce (1999–2002)
  • Toyota Hilux Surf (1983–2009, Japanese version of the 4Runner)
  • Toyota Ipsum/Picnic (1995–2009, also sold as the Toyota Picnic from 2001, also sold as the Toyota Avensis Verso)
  • Toyota iQ (2008–2016, also sold as the Scion iQ)
  • Toyota Isis (2004–2017, successor of Gaia)
  • Toyota ist (2002–2016), also sold as the Scion xA in the United States and Toyota xA in the Middle East)
  • Toyota Kijang (1977–2004, known as Condor/Qualis/Revo/Stallion/Tamaraw/Unser/Zace outside Indonesia)
  • Toyota Lexcen (1989–1992, Australia, rebadged Holden Commodore)
  • Toyota Light Stout (1960–1978)
  • Toyota LiteAce (1970–2020, integrated to TownAce)
  • Toyota Macho (1960–1984, Venezuela-built Land Cruiser J40)
  • Toyota Mark II (1968–2004, also known as the Corona Mark II)
  • Toyota Mark II Blit (2002–2007)
  • Toyota Mark II Qualis (1997–2002, upmarket version of Camry Gracia wagon)
  • Toyota Mark X (2004–2019)
  • Toyota Mark X ZiO (2007–2013)
  • Toyota Massy Dyna (1969–1979, four-ton cab-over truck)
  • Toyota Master (1955–1956, also called the RR)
  • Toyota MasterAce (1982–1991)
  • Toyota Masterline (1962–1967)
  • Toyota Matrix (2002–2014)
  • Toyota Mega Cruiser (1996–2002)
  • Toyota MiniAce (1967–1975)
  • Toyota Model F (1984–1989, also called the Van, Tarago, Space Cruiser)
  • Toyota MR2 (1984–2005)
  • Toyota MR-S (1999–2007, Japanese version of the W30 MR2)
  • Toyota Nadia (1998–2003)
  • Toyota Opa (2000–2005)
  • Toyota Origin (2000)
  • Toyota Paseo (1991–1999, also sold in some markets as the Toyota Cynos)
  • Toyota Pixis Space (2011–2017, a rebadge of Daihatsu Move Conte)
  • Toyota Porte/Spade (2004–2020)
  • Toyota Premio/Allion (2001–2021)
  • Toyota Prius c (2011–2021)
  • Toyota Prius v/+/α (2011–2021)
  • Toyota Progres (1998–2007)
  • Toyota Pronard (2002–2004, also called the Toyota Avalon)
  • Toyota Publica (1961–1978)
  • Toyota Qualis (1986–2004, Toyota Kijang sold in India and Nepal)
  • Toyota QuickDelivery (1982–2016)
  • Toyota Ractis (2005–2017)
  • Toyota Raum (1997–2011)
  • Toyota Regius (1997–2002, same as Toyota Hiace)
  • 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 SA (1947–1952)
  • Toyota Sai (2009–2017)
  • Toyota SB (1947–1952, small truck)
  • Toyota Scepter (1991–1996, North American Camry sold in Japan)
  • Toyota SD (1949–1951)
  • Toyota Sera (1990–1995)
  • Toyota SF (1951–1953)
  • Toyota SG (1952, small truck)
  • Toyota Soarer (1981–2005, also sold as the Lexus SC)
  • Toyota Solara (1999–2008)
  • Toyota Soluna (variant of the Tercel made in Thailand and sold in Asia, 1996–2003)
  • Toyota Space Cruiser (1984–1989, UK version of the Van/Tarago/Model F)
  • Toyota Sparky (2000–2003, a rebadge of Daihatsu Atrai 7)
  • Toyota Sports 800 (1965–1969)
  • Toyota SportsVan (1995–2009, Danish built Ipsum)
  • Toyota Sprinter (1968–2000, sister car of Corolla)
  • Toyota Sprinter Carib (1984–2002, sister car of Corolla wagon)
  • Toyota Sprinter Cielo (1987–1991, sister car of Toyota Corolla (E90) liftback)
  • Toyota Sprinter Marino (1991–1998)
  • Toyota Sprinter Trueno (1972–2000, sport coupe version of Sprinter, sister product of Corolla Levin)
  • Toyota Stallion (1981–2004, African built version of the Kijang)
  • Toyota Starlet (1973–1999)
  • Toyota Stout (1962–198x)
  • Toyota Su-Ki (1943–1944, military vehicle built for World War II)
  • Toyota Succeed (2002–2020, integrated to Probox)
  • Toyota SunChaser (1979–1981, targa-top convertible version of the Celica built by Griffith)
  • Toyota Super (1953–1955, also called the RH or RHD)
  • Toyota T100 (1993–1998, North America)
  • Toyota Tamaraw (1998–2005, Philippines built version of the Toyota Kijang)
  • Toyota Tank (2016–2020)
  • Toyota Tarago (1983–2019)
  • Toyota Tercel (1978–1999)
  • Toyota Tiara (1960–1964, name used for the Corona RT20 sold on the international market)
  • Toyota ToyoAce (1954–2020)
  • Toyota Type 73 (1973, used as a military transport vehicle for Japan)
  • Toyota Van (1984–1989, North America, also called the Model F/Space Cruiser/Tarago)
  • Toyota VanWagon (1982–1991)
  • Toyota Verossa (2001–2003)
  • Toyota Verso (2009–2018)
  • Toyota Verso-S (2010–2017, European built Ractis)
  • Toyota Vienta (1995–2000) (Australian market variant of the Toyota Camry)
  • Toyota Vista (1982–2003)
  • Toyota Vitz (1999–2019)
  • Toyota Voltz (2002–2004 in Japan, sold as the Pontiac Vibe 2002–2009 in the USA)
  • Toyota Windom (1989–2007, also sold as the Lexus ES)
  • Toyota Wish (2003–2017, sold in Hong Kong and Singapore[1])
  • Toyota Yaris (DJ/DL) (2016—2020, sold in North America, also sold as the Scion iA)
  • Toyota Yaris Verso (2000–2004)
  • Toyota Zelas (2010–2016, also sold as the Scion tC)