Toyota South Africa Overview
Toyota is a global automotive company serving their services across the world. The company established on August 28, 1937. The main office of the company is situated in Aichi, Japan. In South Africa, the head office of the company located in Johannesburg. In 2018, the total equity of the company was ¥19,430,102 million whereas the operating income of the company in the same year was ¥2,399,862 million. The automotive firm is the sixth largest company regarding profit. In 2018, the company employed more than 369,100 employees for operating their operation across the world. The organization is the Bona Fide sponsors of Cricket Australia, England, Wales Cricket Board and AFL. The company is also sponsors of the Olympic Games in 2015. The company assembly plant is situated in Australia. The president of the organization is Akio Toyoda. In 2018, the production output of the company was more than 10,418,100 units.
The organization is the largest manufacturer of Hybrid Cars. The company also promotes the use of hybrid vehicles. On May 31, 2007, the organization hybrid vehicles reached more than 1 million. In 2007, the company started production of the plug-in hybrid vehicle. The road trails of this firm plug-in hybrid vehicle started in France and the United Kingdom. In 2016, this firm launched their Toyota Prius Prime in New York International Auto Show.
Toyota South Africa Divisions
The Toyota divided into divisions named as Lexus, Scion, TRD, Gazoo Racing and Daihatsu. The company Lexus division manufacture luxury vehicle. The luxury brand is available in more than 70 countries. In Japan, the Lexus is the largest seller of luxury cars. The operational center of this firm situated in Brussels, Belgium, and Texas. The Daihatsu division is an internal combustion engine manufacturing firm.