Any Toyota (or any other brand) vehicle originally sold in a market where motorists drive on the left side of the road is generally going to be right-hand drive. Some examples of this are the U.K.-market RAV4, the Australia-market Camry and the India-market Etios.
Some of these vehicles are identical to their left-hand drive counterparts, which are sold in countries where motorists drive on the right side of the road. This is because most global Toyotas are sold in both LHD and RHD versions. It may be hard difficult finding a RHD version of any Toyota in a LHD country because it has been singularly imported rather than originally sold in that country, states World Standards.