Toyota's full hybrid and electric vehicle fleet. How many can you identify?
Grandly named Toyota Crown Royal is a Japanese-market luxury saloon
Roomy Prius+ is designed to appeal to buyers of small SUVs
Lexus GS450h F-Sport adds more dynamism to the hybrid package
Lexus 600h L is the first production car with a full hybrid V8 powertrain
Toyota Camry Hybrid is a mid-size saloon built in Georgetown, Kentucky
Lexus CT200h is the world’s first full-hybrid in the ‘compact premium’ car category
Lexus GS450h was the first luxury/sports saloon when it appeared in 2006
Highlander-based fuel cell vehicle was made in a limited production run of 100
Lexus ES300h luxury saloon appeared for the US and Japanese markets in 2012
Toyota Avalon shares its underpinnings with the Lexus ES300h
The honour of 'world's first hybrid seven-seat SUV' falls to the Toyota Highlander Hybrid
The Yaris-based Toyota Prius C small hatchback isn't offered in Europe
Lexus RX450h has been on sale for eight years in USA, Europe and Asia
The Prius is now in its third generation and has sold more than three million since 1997
Prius Plug-in offers a greater electric power range than standard Prius
Scion-badged iQ EV is designed mainly for car-sharing projects in the US
Toyota RAV4 EV makes use of Tesla's electric vehicle underpinnings
The Toyota Estima HV was the world's first hybrid minivan when it went on sale in 2001
Toyota Yaris Hybrid is only full hybrid to go on sale in Europe's B-segment
Toyota Alphard HV is a capacious Asian-market hybrid minivan
Production of the Auris Hybrid Touring Sports got underway in the UK in June
Lexus IS300h is a rival to the BMW 3-series and other German saloons
Toyota Auris Hybrid hatchback is built at Burnaston in Derbyshire
The car that started it all: the original 1997 Toyota Prius
Toyota TS030 racing hybrid produces somewhere in the region of 825bhp
This week Toyota hosted its inaugural Hybrid World Tour event in Ypsilanti, Michigan, just down the road from Ann Arbor where the Japanese manufacturer has a research and development facility
Toyota pulled together every car it currently produces that is either a hybrid, battery electric vehicle or fuel cell from around the globe.
During the conference-style event, some of the company's global top brass reflected on the development of the hybrid vehicle market that Toyota helped to foster with the introduction of the original petrol-electric Prius back in 1997.
Underlining Toyota's ongoing commitment to the hybrid cause, there was fighting talk from Bob Carter, Senior Vice President for Automotive Operations, who issued a challenge for the rest of the car industry to embrace hybrid technology to the same extent.
"We believe so strongly in this… that we have consistently encouraged the industry to expand the use of hybrid technology," he said. "15 years after the arrival of what some have characterised as 'a science project', we are seeing this happen.
"Over the past five years, the percentage of hybrid sales at Toyota has grown from 10 to 16 per cent of our total sales mix. Ford is less than three per cent and Honda is less than two per cent.
"Our product line is more than twice as large as any other manufacturer and we currently account for more than 60 per cent of US hybrid sales and 70 per cent of the nearly three million hybrids on US roads today.
"And while hybrid as a percentage of the total market is just under four per cent, we believe that it can, and must, grow.
"Therefore, I think it’s appropriate to offer a good-natured challenge to the auto industry.
"Toyota has now sold more than 5 million hybrids globally. I would like to see us, as an industry, accomplish the same thing in the U.S – that is five million hybrids in the US by close of business in 2016."
So what would Toyota's rivals have to do to match the broad scope of its alternatively fuelled vehicle range? Click on our picture gallery to view the entire range.