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1992 Toyota Camry
While this may not be the sexiest car ever made, it did set the standard for Toyota sedans. This car was affordable to those with average incomes and below, but the interior felt as luxurious as any luxury car. The limousine style doors helped give this car a sleeker look than it would have otherwise had. It was also great on gas. Most importantly, it was the car that really put Toyota on the American car sales map.
1960 Land Cruiser FJ40
The Land Cruiser was a solid tribute to the effectiveness of the Toyota designs. It was built for functionality rather than looks, and its most treasured and well-remembered model is the FJ40. It is essentially a car for people who don’t like repairing things, and the FJ40 is still a much-desired car by off-road enthusiasts and truck loving tuners. Seriously, if you can’t defeat an obstacle in an FJ40, you probably need a helicopter. The last car was produced in 1984.
1967 Toyota 2000GT
James Bond drove a Toyota 2000GT. Yeah, this is a Toyota that hangs out with Aston Martins, Lotuses, and BMWs. Delicate, beautiful, powered by a jewel of a six-cylinder engine, the 2000GT sports car is the first true Japanese classic and the car most people default to calling Toyota’s best. But great as it undeniably is, there were only 351 made between 1967 and 1970 and it was Yamaha that assembled them.
The Hilux has a well-deserved reputation for being practical and reliable; we’d even go so far as to say that guys who have Toyota pickups are inherently trustworthy. It’s the choice of farmers and contractors worldwide, and we really wish it was offered in the states. The unibody Tacoma is cool, but nowhere as rugged and reliable as the ladder frame Hilux.
2010 Lexus LFA
So this technically isn’t a Toyota. But the Lexus LFA was an incredible feat of engineering that, at the end of the day, was built by the corporation known as Toyota. With a front-mid engine setup, the LFA’s 4.8-liter V10 engine was an absolute screamer and unleashed 552 hp. There isn’t enough space here to describe every technological wonder stuffed into the LFA, but the uber expensive, uber fast Lexus has an exhaust note and driving experience matched by very few other cars ever made.