Toyota Company History
Toyota is one of the largest manufacturers in the car industry, mostly due to its ability to turn out reliable, well-equipped, good value cars.
Toyota started making cars in 1936, with production really moving along after World War II. Toyota studied production methods that were used in the United States, and by the 1950s and 1960s production, as well as exporting, was reaching new heights. As a matter of fact, between 1961 and 1971, exports rose by more than 100 times.
Toyotas were popular because they were affordable, reliable, and a great value for the money. In addition, there was a Toyota for just about every consumer, whether you were looking for a small economy-sized car, or were looking for an off-road vehicle that could tote many passengers and lots of cargo.
The Toyota Corolla and the Toyota Camry have been two of the company's best-selling favorites, while the Land Cruiser has, at times, been a best-selling SUV model. Toyota is also one of the first car manufacturers to introduce a hybrid vehicle, the Prius.
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