The “most tomatoes” depends on so many variables, that it is unreasonable to expect a definitive answer to this question. It depends on the climate where the plant is growing, the genetic history of the particular seed, the amount and timing of watering and fertilizing, the nature of the soil, the amount of space the plant has to grow in, whether or not you mean volume/weight of tomatoes vs actual count (cherry tomatoes will have many more individual tomatoes, but quite possibly far less total weight produced), amount of sunlight, daytime and nighttime temperatures, the size of the plant, the variety, as well as other variables.
Like rigibson said, this depends on quite a few factors, but an example of a high-yield tomato plant (in the right zone) is bush champion. See the video below for more info. Also, for growing tips for your specific zone, see this site.
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