Toyota Motor Corporation is a venture business started in 1937 by its founder, Kiichiro Toyoda, despite objections from those close to him; becoming independent from the Toyoda Power Loom Company. Independent Toyota Group companies have subsequently been established in integrated automotive industry areas such as materials, manufacturing equipment, and parts. Indeed, Toyota has grown from its venture business roots into a variety of other fields beyond automobile manufacturing, including housing, financial services, communications, marine and biotechnology, and afforestation.

  • Financial Services
    Financial Services
    Toyota Financial Services Corporation (TFS) provides financial services, mainly auto loans and leasing, to more than 26,000,000 customers across its network, which spans more than 35 countries and regions.
  • Housing Services
    Housing Services
    Toyota Housing Corporation operates a wide range of housing-related businesses, including detached house construction as well as condominium development and housing renovations.