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  What Kind of Company is Toyota?
How Are Cars Made?
Research and Development of New Cars
Planning
Design, Planning, and Manufacture of Prototypes
Numerous Tests
Production and Sales
First Steps
Stamping
Welding
Painting
Making the Engine
Suppliers
Assembly
Inspections
Transportation
Sales
Video clip of production in action
Animations of the entire process
Comments from Workers

Making Cars that Are Environmentally-friendly
Making Cars that Are People-friendly
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How Are Cars Made?
Research and Development of New Cars
Numerous Tests Let's watch an animation
Let's take a look at the kinds of tests that are performed.
Tests are done to find any weaknesses, the weaknesses are corrected, and the tests are performed again. This process is done over and over to develop better cars.
Collision Tests

The safety of vehicles is tested by colliding them to make sure that if a collision does occur the passengers inside will be safely protected.
High-Speed Driving Tests

Tests are conducted to make sure that the cars can drive safely on highways.
Rough Road Tests

We imagine what roads around the world are like and perform tests to make sure cars can drive safely even on rough surfaces.
Crosswind Tests

We make sure that cars can drive safely even when there are strong crosswinds.
Brake Performance Tests


We make sure the brakes work properly.
Low-Temperature Tests

We check that cars will work properly even in cold regions.
Radio Wave Effects Tests

Tests are conducted to make sure that radio waves don’t affect the computers and other devices used in cars.
Wet Road Tests

We perform tests to make sure cars can drive, turn, and stop safely even on wet roads.
Driving Tests in Different Regions Around the World


We conduct tests around the world according to road and climate differences in different regions.
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