Rising from the ashes of industrial upheaval in post-war Japan, Toyota has become the largest vehicle manufacturer in its home country, gaining more than 40% of the national market. By 1980 Toyota had rolled out its 30 millionth car, and by the turn of the century the figure had risen to 100 million.
In the late 1950s, TOYOTA began to make inroads into foreign markets. The company had steadily built both a reputation for customer service and satisfaction and sales figures to rival those of domestic producers. So today, TOYOTA is going to overseas since the company started such as Australia, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Russia, Thailand, And, Vietnam and the United States. And also TOYOTA has research centers and factories around the world. So over 37 million units sold in 143 countries, the world's No. 1 has just got better.