Toyota Motor Corporation has produced hundreds of millions of new cars in close to a century of manufacturing. It is one of the most recognized makers of durable, reliable vehicles in almost every shape and design you could imagine. Whether sleek sports car, luxury vehicle or pickup, not even the competition can deny the automaker's prowess. If you doubt it, take a look at these models, nine of the manufacturer's greatest vehicles ever.

1985 MR2
The first generation MR2 is still a masculine piece of machinery and remains one of the most surprisingly pleasant rides of the 80s. The cabin remains the epitome of ergonomic perfection.

1999 Lexus RX300
There's a reason this luxury vehicle brought in the sales. It reinvented the way SUVs were designed. It was a pioneer in the passenger-car hybrid and began the manufacturer's dominance in the midsize-luxury-crossover market.

1967 2000GT
The 2000GT was driven into the spotlight after being seen in a 007 film. It is easily one of the most beautiful new cars you'll ever lay eyes on. The 2000GT manages to be both masculine and delicate. Less than 350 models were made in the late 1960s.

1964 Stout
The first Toyota pickup sold in the states, it's tough and square body set the standard for the automaker's truck design for the next five decades. Consumers loved this compact pickup. You can even find them on the battlefield, fully equipped with machine guns and anti-aircraft rockets.

1971 Celica ST
This was the beginning of the automaker's foray into cars that went beyond the pedestrian. Inspired by the Ford Mustang's design formula and the little known Carina, the Celica was a huge hit.

2012 Lexus LFA
If it's about the best new cars in the world, you can't beat the LFA. A 9500 rpm fueled cutoff, a 4.8 liter V-10 with over 70 degrees between its cylinder banks and 8700 rpm crammed behind 773 horsepower. And you can't beat that design. Sporty as it gets.

1993 Supra Turbo
The Supra only reinforced the Toyota reputation for creating beautiful, powerful supercars that were as accessible as a 430 horsepower, 3.0 liter DOHC 24 valve, iron block, straight six machine gets.

1965 Corona
The Corona is what made the automaker's name in the U.S. market. The rest of the world had been driving their cars for some time, but Americans hadn't taken the company seriously until the Corona came along.

2000 Tundra
Long established for great pickups, the manufacturer challenged the market and itself with this full-sized truck. It was designed and aimed for the market embracing the RAM, Silverado and Ford's F-series. You couldn't say it was one of Toyota's greatest successes, but it was a dynamic experiment.