Sakichi Toyoda was the founder of Toyota Industries Corporation, established in 1926 to manufacture and sell the automatic looms he had invented and perfected. His son, 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 to expand into the automotive business and lay the foundations for the current Toyota Group. To understand the spirit of founding Toyota Motor Corporation, it is necessary to look back at the ideas of Kiichiro, the company's founder, and Sakichi, his father, and trace their business path before cars.Kiichiro's vision for Toyota Motor Corporation was realized when it produced 7,000 cars a day, more than double the total number of Toyota cars that had been manufactured until then.
Who Founded Toyota and How?
Sakichi Toyoda founded Toyota Industries Corporation in 1926. His son, Kiichiro Toyoda, was the founder of Toyota Motor Corporation and the automotive-focused Toyota Group. Learn more about their vision and how it led to the production of 7,000 cars a day.Richard Davtyan26/02/20230 minutes 39, seconds read
Infuriatingly humble travel maven. Typical twitter expert. Infuriatingly humble internet expert. Wannabe twitter trailblazer. Unapologetic gamer.
It was a sad day when Toyota announced they were discontinuing their beloved SUV, The Land Cruiser. But why did they decide to stop producing it? Let's take a look at why Toyota decided to phase out this popular SUV.
The Toyota Land Cruiser has been renowned for its reliability & durability for 70 years. Learn more about this iconic SUV & its features.