Sakichi Toyoda founded Toyota Industries Corporation in 1926 to manufacture and sell the automatic looms he had invented and perfected. Kiichiro Toyoda was the founder of Toyota Motor Corporation and the automotive focused Toyota Group. Kiichiro used the spirit of invention and the business base inherited from his father, Sakichi Toyoda, to expand into the automotive business and lay the foundations for the current Toyota Group. Therefore, to understand the spirit of founding Toyota Motor Corporation, it is necessary to return to the ideas of Kiichiro, the company's founder, and Sakichi, his father, and trace the business path before cars.
It produces 7,000 cars a day, more than double the total number of Toyota cars that, until then, had been manufactured.