世界百大品牌 – Rank no.10 – Japan

世界百大品牌 – Rank no.10 – Japan


Top 100 InterBrand – Rank no.10 – Toyota Motor – Japan

pic 11

 

+17%
35,346 $m
Automotive
Toyota Motor Corporation
Toyota Motor Corporation logo
Native name トヨタ自動車株式会社
Romanizedname Toyota Jidosha KK
Type
Traded as TYO7203
LSETYT
NYSETM
Industry Automotive
Founded August 28, 1937
Founder(s) Kiichiro Toyoda
Headquarters Toyota, Aichi, Japan
Area served Worldwide
Key people Takeshi Uchiyamada (Chairman)
Akio Toyoda (President and CEO)
Products Automobiles, commercial vehicles, engines, motorcycles
Production output Increase 9,909,440 units (CY 2012)[1]
Services Bankingfinancingleasing
Revenue Increase ¥22.064 trillion (FY 2013) [2]
Operating income Increase ¥1.320 trillion (FY 2013) [2]
Profit Increase ¥962.1 billion (FY 2013)[2]
Total assets Increase ¥35.483 trillion (FY 2013)[2]
Total equity Increase ¥12.773 trillion (FY 2013)[2]
Employees 331,876[3]
Parent Toyota Group
Divisions Lexus
Scion
Subsidiaries 522 (Toyota Group)

Website Toyota Global

Toyota Motor Corporation (トヨタ自動車株式会社 Toyota Jidōsha KK?,IPA: [toꜜjota]/tɔɪˈtə/ is a Japanese automaker headquartered in Toyota, Aichi, Japan. In 2010 the multinational corporation consisted of 325,905 employees worldwide[3] and, as of March 2013, is the thirteenth-largest company in the world by revenue. Toyota was the largest automobile manufacturer in 2012 (by production),[4] and in July of that year, the company reported the production of its 200-millionth vehicle.[5]

The company was founded by Kiichiro Toyoda in 1937 as a spinoff from his father’scompany Toyota Industries to create automobiles. Three years earlier, in 1934, while still a department of Toyota Industries, it created its first product, the Type A engine, and, in 1936, its first passenger car, the Toyota AA. Toyota Motor Corporation group companies are Toyota (including the Scion brand), LexusDaihatsu, and Hino Motors,[6] along with several “nonautomotive" companies.[7] TMC is part of the Toyota Group, one of the largest conglomerates in the world.

Toyota not only distanced itself from the challenges of 2010 and 2011 this year, but also reclaimed its global sales leadership position. Although much of the rebound occurred in the US, there is a renewed sense of energy around the world. Design is playing a much bigger role, and its new tagline, “Let’s Go Places,” ties together the joy and adventure of physically going somewhere while infusing innovation with an optimistic outlook, crystallizing the brand’s direction. Toyota’s engagement with customers also continues to pay off, which is evident in a number of key category rankings and studies. The brand not only scored well with customers, but has led the entire automotive segment nearly every time. Adding to the list of achievements, Prius sales pushed boldly past the three million mark. The Prius continues to create a powerful halo effect for the brand while the flagship mid-cycle Camry can still drive sales, albeit with increasingly more incentives and support. Add in a sleeker Avalon and a completely redesigned Corolla, and Toyota should soar into 2014. The brand, which topped Interbrand’s Best Global Green Brands 2013, is a fuel economy leader and continues to demonstrate strength in driving customers to dealerships. For many brands, the challenges Toyota experienced could have been catastrophic, but the brand’s speedy recovery is a testament to its resilience, leadership position, and the enduring appeal of its offer.