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TOYOTA IN THE WORLD 2010

C O N T E N T S

About this publication

Toyota in the World 2010 is intended to provide an overview of Toyota, including a look at its latest activities relating to R&D, manufacturing, sales, exports from January to December 2009. It is hoped that this handbook will , be useful to those seeking to gain a better understanding of Toyota s corporate activities.Company Outline
2 Outline

TOYOTA IN THE WORLD 2010 CONTENTS

Research & Development
3 Domestic and Overseas R&D Sites

Technological Development
4 History of Technological Development

Operations in Japan
6 7 8 9 Toyota Group & Supplier Organizations Japanese Production Sites and Dealers Number of Vehicles Produced in Japan by Model Number of Vehicles Registered in Japan by ModelProduction, Sales and Exports
10 12 13 14 16 17 18 Overseas Production Companies North America/Latin America Europe/Africa Asia Oceania & Middle East Vehicle Production, Sales and Exports by Region Overseas Model Line up by Country & Region

19 Cultural and Other Facilities 20 Chronology 25 Product Line up

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Company Outline

Outline
Company Outline

Consolidated basis (U.S. GAAP)Business results

Production results

Sales results

Non-consolidated basis (Japanese accounting standards) Operating results

Production results

Sales results

Vehicle production, sales and exports (results for CY 2009)

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Research & Development

Domestic and Overseas R&D Sites

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Technological Development

History of Technological Development
Toyota is striving todevelop automobiles that meet the needs of our customers while at the same time achieving an optimal balance between consideration for the environment, safety, drivability, comfort and reliability.
History of Toyota s technological development from 1990
( Technology related to environmental measures; Technology related to safety measures; Other) Note: Toyota's technological developments are as ofJanuary 2010.

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Notes: 1.Toyota's technological developments are as of January 2010. 2. indicates technologies announced in 2009 and after.

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Operations in Japan

Toyota Group & Supplier Organizations
The Toyota Group
Company name Toyota Industries Corporation Establishment Main products/activities Capital
(¥ million)

Nov. 1926 Manufacture and sales of spinning and weavingmachines, industrial vehicles and automobiles; logistics Mar. 1940 Manufacture and sales of specialty steel, forged steel products and electromagnetic parts Manufacture and sales of machine tools, auto parts and housing equipment

80,462

Aichi Steel Corporation

25,016

JTEKT Corporation

Jan. 1921

36,854

Toyota Auto Body Co., Ltd.

Aug. 1945 Manufacture of auto and special vehiclebodies and parts Business transactions related to various items in Japan and between foreign countries, import and export

10,371

Toyota Tsusho Corporation

July 1948

64,936

Aisin Seiki Co., Ltd.

Mar. 1943 Manufacture and sales of auto parts and household appliances Manufacture and sales of electrical components for automobiles and Dec. 1949 other applications, air conditioningequipment and general appliances, and electrical appliances May 1950 Manufacture and sales of vehicle interior parts, filters and power train mechanical parts and textiles Aug. 1953 Owning, managing, buying & selling and renting out land, management and rental

45,049

DENSO CORPORATION

187,457

Toyota Boshoku Corporation

8,400

Towa Real Estate Co., Ltd. Toyota Central Research andDevelopment Laboratories, Incorporated Kanto Auto Works, Ltd.

23,750

Nov. 1960 Fundamental research and testing for technical development for the Toyota Group Apr. 1946 Manufacture of automobiles and of equipment and materials for housing construction Manufacture and sales of rubber, plastic and urethane products, semiconductor related products, electronic products and adhesives

3,000...
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