The Toyota Corolla Takes the Wheel

On January 31st, 2012, the Toyota Corolla became the best-selling car of all time, selling over 37.5 million cars around the world at that time. See how Toyota drove its product towards global success and how your company can follow suit. 

Toyota’s Beginnings

The Toyota Motor Corporation was established in 1933. Back then, it was a division of the Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Ltd, a Japanese manufacturer founded by Toyoda Sakichi.

After the release of its first car production and incorporated as the Toyota Motor Company, Sakichi’s son, Kiichiro took over. However, the company was forced to halt operations when the economy hit rock bottom after World War II had ended. 

Bringing the Bacon Home

Toyota’s car production went back into operation during the 1950s. To compete with American car manufacturers, Toyota executives studied the Ford Motor Company and brought the latest technology and ideas back home.

With facility and operation improvements, Toyota finally established Toyota Motor Sales, USA., Inc. on October 31st, 1957.  Sales skyrocketed and business boomed as more Americans learned how reliable Toyota products were. The Toyota Corolla was introduced to the public in 1968 and American drivers loved it.

Corolla since then has become the world’s all-time best-selling car with over 44 million units sold to date in more than 140 countries. Buckle up as NNRoad takes the wheel to drive your company on the road to global expansion!