Toyota related emblems

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Below is an assortment of emblems specific to Toyota, arranged by year.

toyota 1

Toyota logo.

mr2 shield 85 89

1985 thru 1989 Toyota MR2 Shield.

toyota yaris club logo1

2008 Toyota Yaris Club concept logo.

toyota motor japan logo

Toyota Motor Japan logo.

toyota sport 1

Toyota Sport logo.

toyota f1 logo

Toyota F1 logo. In 2002 Toyota started racing in Formula One with Toyota Team Europe, based in Cologne. Despite a huge investment, the team's performances have been mediocre so far. In 2004, top designer Mike Gascoyne was hired; by 2005 the team had advanced from the midfield to challenging for the top positions. Jarno Trulli achieved two second places and one third place in the first five races of the season, helping the team to retain second position in the Constructors Championship for several races. Jarno Trulli and Ralf Schumacher are the team's current drivers.

tta toyota team argentina

Toyota Team Argentina logo.

toyota matrix

Toyota Matrix logo. The Matrix is the Toyota version of a joint venture between Toyota and General Motors; the GM version is the Pontiac Vibe (2003—2008).

toyota tundra

Toyota Tundra logo. The Toyota Tundra is a full-size pickup truck sold by Toyota. First generation (2000-2006), Second generation (2007-Present).

toyota highlander

Toyota Highlander logo. The Toyota Highlander (Toyota Kluger in Japan and Australia) is a crossover SUV assembled by the Toyota Motor Corporation under the Toyota brand name in its Kykshk, Japan assembly plant during pre through 2007 and its Ikeda, Osaka, Japan assembly plant during 2008 and present. It was announced in April 2000 at the 2000 New York Auto Show and introduced as a 2001 model, arriving in late 2000 in Japan and in January 2001 in North America.

toyota solara

Toyota Solara logo. The Toyota Camry Solara, also more commonly known as the Toyota Solara, is a mid-size coupe/convertible designed and engineered by Toyota. 1999-present.

toyota supra logo

Toyota Supra logo. 1979 2002. The Toyota Celica Supra was a sports car/grand tourer produced by Toyota Motor Company from 1979 to 2002. The styling of the Toyota Celica Supra was derived from the Toyota Celica, but it was both longer and wider.[3] Starting in mid 1986, the Supra (in its third generation, MKIII) became its own model and was no longer based on the Celica. In turn, Toyota also stopped using the prefix Celica and began just calling the car Supra.

toyota 4runner

Toyota 4Runner logo. The Toyota 4Runner is an SUV manufactured by Toyota and sold mainly in the United States, Canada and Mexico from 1984 to the present.

toyota sequoia

Toyota Sequoia logo. The Toyota Sequoia is a full size SUV built by Toyota and based on their Tundra pickup truck. It was introduced in 2000 for the 2001 model year. The Sequoia was nominated for the North American Truck of the Year award for 2001. 2000—present.

toyota prius logo

Prius logo. The Toyota Prius is a hybrid electric vehicle developed and manufactured by the Toyota Motor Corporation, and one of the first such vehicles to be mass-produced and marketed. The Prius first went on sale in Japan in 1997, and worldwide in 2001. By the end of 2003, nearly 160,000 units had been produced for sale in Japan, Europe, and North America.

yaris logo 1

Yaris logo. Introduced by Toyota to the American market in 2007 to replace the Echo.

toyota kijang logo

Toyota Kijang (sold in Indonesia) logo.

toyota celica supra 71 72

1971 1972 Toyota Celica Supra mark. The first generation, the A20/35 series was produced from 1970 1977. The first generation Celica was released to the market in 1970, and targeted to be a more affordable alternative to Toyota's supercar, the 2000GT. Displayed at the 1970 Tokyo Motor Show in October, and marketed in December of the same year, the Celica was a personal car that emphasized styling and driving enjoyment.

toyota entune logo

Toyota Entune logo.

toyota moving forward

Toyota Moving Forward.

toyota u2 logo 16

2016 Toyota U2 (Urban Utility) concept logo.

toyota prius v emblem 12

2012 Toyota Prius V emblem.

toyota yaris s 5 door hatchback emblem 11
toyota sienna le emblem 11

2011 Toyota Sienna LE emblem.

toyota sienna le awd emblem 11

2011 Toyota Sienna LE-AWD emblem.

toyota iq emblem

2009 Toyota iQ emblem.

toyota iq 09 emblem

2009 Toyota iQ emblem.

fj cruiser emblem toyota trail teams special edition 08
fj cruiser trail teams emblem toyota s 2

FJ Cruiser Trail- Teams emblem from a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser.

fj cruiser trail teams emblem toyota s 1

FJ Cruiser Trail- Teams emblem from a 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser.

toyota highglander hydrid 1 07

2007 Toyota Highlander Hydrid emblem. Initially, (first generation from 2001—2007) the Highlander/Kluger was a regular, non-hybrid SUV driven by an internal combustion engine, but later Toyota introduced a hybrid version, the Highlander Hybrid that utilizes the company's Hybrid Synergy Drive technology combined with the company's 3MZ-FE 3.3 liter V6 engine. The 2008 Toyota Highlander Hybrid will be arriving dealer lots in October 2007.

toyota highglander hydrid 2 07

Hydrid emblem from the 2007 Toyota Highlander Hydrid.

ivan ironman stewart signature series toyota tundra

Toyota Tundra Ivan "Ironman" Stewart Signature Series emblem. (source: Four Wheeler)

trd aurion hilux 09

Totoya TRD HiLux pickup logo. On March 2nd, 2007, Toyota Australia delivered a stunning series of world and Australian firsts at the Melbourne International Motor Show. It showed the world's first TRD HiLux Concept, along with the world's first production TRD Aurion, the world's first TRD production-car brand as well as the world's first new-model Corolla Super 2000 rally car.

toyota aygo 5 logo

Emblem from a 2005 Toyota AYGO 5, located on the rear right side of the hatch.

toyota mr2 spyder emblem

Toyota MR2 Spyder emblem. Produced from 1984-2007. (imports to the US ended 2004).

toyota celica supra emblem 2 85

1985 Toyota Celica Supra front grill emblem.

toyota soarer lion emblem.jpeg

1981 Toyota Soarer front Lion emblem.

toyota soarer emblem.jpeg

1981 Toyota Soarer rear type emblem.

altis toyota

Altis emblem for the Toyota Corolla Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) version.

yaris turbo emblem

Yaris Turbo emblem


Toyota Land Cruiser emblem.

camry le

Camry LE emblem

solara toyota

Toyota Solara emblem

toyota xrunner

Toyota X-Runner emblem.

toyota sports 800

Toyota Sports 800 emblem.

Toyota   Named after Sakichi Toyoda.
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Toyota brochures   
Toyota exhibits   
Toyota commercials   
Toyota TRD   Toyota Racing Development
Toyota Yaris Club : 2007   By Five Axis Design at the 2007 SEMA Show.
Toyota Alessandro Volta : 2004   In 1800, Alessandro Volta arranged zinc and copper discs in a column and invented the battery.
Toyota CSS Hybrid : 2003   CS&S combines sportiness and eco-friendliness in an unique intelligent package.
Toyota Fine-N : 2005   
Toyota Sports 800 : 1969   1965-1969
Toyota Prius : 2005   Toyota Prius is the first hybrid vehicle to Receive the Coveted Golden Calipers Award.
Toyota FT-HS : 2007   Hybrid Sports Concept.
Land Cruiser "Road to the Wild" Coffee Table Book   
Toyota A-BAT : 2008   
Toyota FJ Cruiser : 2007   They did it! It will reach Toyota dealerships in early 2006.
Toyota miscellaneous   
Toyota i-Unit : 2005   
Toyota MTRC : 2004   (Motor Triathlon Race Car)
Toyota RLV : 2006   Toyota's RLV (Renewable Lifestyle Vehicle). Designer: Kevin J. Chun.
Toyota Landcruiser : 1974   
Toyota FJ Cruiser Trail Teams Special Edition : 2008   
Toyota Announces Zero-Percent Offer   
Toyota October 2008 sales   A decrease of 25.9 percent from last October.
Toyota Updates Progress On Environmental Goals   
Toyota Announces Safety Connect™   Available on Select Models in 2009.
Toyota Hypermiling iQ road trip   
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