Toyota timeline: 2017

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Model change
Lexus LS 50 (2017-)
TNGA-L based full-size premium sedan. Available gasoline and hybrid versions with 3.5i 2GR-FKS/8GR-FKS, 3.5it V35A-FTS, 3.5i 8GR-FXS engines, 10AT, RWD or 4WD.
12.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Isis (2004-2017)
MC-based minivan (7-seater) for Japanese market.
12.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Verso S (2011-2017)
Renamed Toyota Ractis for Euro market.
12.2017
Discontinued
Toyota SAI (2009-2017)
NMC-based hybrid sedan for Japanese market.
11.2017
Discontinued
Perodua Myvi M600 (2011-2017)
Rebaged version of Daihatsu Boon/Sirion for Malaysian market.
11.2017
Model change
Daihatsu Terios F800 (2017-)
Compact pseudo-SUV for emerging markets. Available with 1.5i 2NR-VE engine, 5MT or 4AT, RWD. Also known as: Toyota Rush, Perodua Aruz.
11.2017
New model
Perodua Myvi M800 (2017-)
B-segment subcompact car (Perodua-project related to Daihatsu Sirion). Available with 1.3i 1NR-VE or 1.5i 2NR-VE engines, 5MT or 4AT, FWD.
11.2017
New model
Toyota JPN Taxi / Comfort (2017-)
B-based wagon/taxicab for Japanese market. Hybrid/LPG version is available with 1.5i 1NZ-FXP (+45kw motor), FWD.
10.2017
Discontinued
Lexus LS 40 (2006-2017)
Full-size premium sedan.
10.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Wish 20 (2009-2017)
MC-based minivan (6/7-seater) for Japanese and some SEA markets.
10.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Camry 50 (2011-2017)
K-based midsize sedan. Also known as: Daihatsu Altis, Toyota Aurion.
10.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Aurion 50 (2011-2017)
Renamed Camry for Australian market.
10.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Reiz 130 (2010-2017)
Modified version of Toyota Mark X for chinese market.
09.2017
Model change
Daihatsu Altis 70 (2017-)
Rebaged version of Toyota Camry for Japanese market.
07.2017
Model change
Toyota Camry 70 (2017-)
TNGA-K based midsize sedan. Gasoline version is available with 2.0i 6AR-FSE/FBS, 2.0i M20A-FKS, 2.5i 2AR-FE, 2.5i A25A-FKS/FKB, 3.5i 2GR-FKS engines, 6/8AT or CVT, FWD or 4WD. Hybrid version is available with 2.5ih A25A-FXS engine, FWD. Also known as: Daihatsu Altis.
06.2017
Model change
Daihatsu Mira e:s (2017-)
Kei-car for Japanese market. Available with 0.66i KF-VE engine, CVT, FWD or 4WD. Also known as: Toyota Pixis Epoch, Subaru Pleo Plus.
05.2017
Discontinued
Daihatsu Altis 50 (2011-2017)
Rebaged version of Toyota Camry for Japanese market.
05.2017
Model change
Toyota Pixis Epoch 350 (2017-)
Rebaged version of Daihatsu Mira e:S 350 for Japanese market.
05.2017
Discontinued
Daihatsu Mira e:s 300 (2011-2017)
Kei-car for Japanese market. Also known as: Toyota Pixis Epoch, Subaru Pleo Plus.
05.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Pixis Epoch 300 (2012-2017)
Rebaged version of Daihatsu Mira e:S kei-car for Japanese market.
05.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Comfort (1995-2017)
Mark II X80 derived midsize sedan for taxi service (SWB version).
05.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Crown Comfort (1995-2017)
Mark II X80 derived midsize sedan for taxi service (LWB version).
05.2017
Model change
Hino Profia (2017-)
Heavy trucks family (3rd generation)
04.2017
Discontinued
Hino Ranger (2001-2017)
Medium and heavy trucks family.
04.2017
Model change
Lexus LC (2017-)
TNGA-L based full-size premium coupe/convertible. Available gasoline and hybrid versions with 5.0i 2UR-GSE or 3.5i 8GR-FXS engines, 10AT, RWD.
03.2017
Discontinued
Daihatsu Move Conte (2008-2017)
Kei-car for Japanese market. Also known as: Toyota Pixis Space.
03.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Century 50 (1997-2017)
Full-size luxury sedan for Japanese market.
02.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Corolla Ex (2004-2017)
Modified version of Toyota Corolla 120 for chinese market.
02.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Venza (2008-2017)
K-based crossover/wagon for US and some export market.
01.2017
Discontinued
Toyota Pixis Space (2011-2017)
Rebaged version of Daihatsu Move Conte kei-car for Japanese market.
01.2017







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