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Toyota Engine History

Toyota started their story in 1933 with the company being a division of an automatic loom works company Toyoda, devoted to the manufacturing of automobiles under the supervision of Kiichiro Toyoda, son of the founder. He travelled to Europe and USA in 1929 to investigate the production process of automobiles in those countries and began researching on the gasoline engines. In 1930 and they were encouraged to produce automobiles by the Japanese government, due to the strong need of domestic vehicles in the result of war with China. First type-A engine was produced in 1934 and it was used in the A1 passenger car in 1935. However the G1 truck was also equipped with the same model engine. In 1936, they started manufacturing AA passenger car with the striking similarity with Dodge Power Wagon and Chevrolet, but several parts were same as of their parent models in USA. Today, Toyota cars are best known in the world however they are still in the loom manufacturing business but today's looms are computerised along with electric sewing machines with the global availability. Toyota Motor Company started their operations in 1937 as an independent organisation and they derived the name Toyota from its parent company Toyoda with the logic of same latter count of six. However in Chinese market, it was referred to Kanji as the name of their founders and this name is still referred to Toyota vehicles in China. Toyota was engaged into truck production for imperial Army of Japan during the World War II. These military trucks were kept very simple due to the urgency of trucks in Japan. For instance, these trucks have only one headlight in the centre of the hood; however the war was ended shortly before a scheduled bombing from the allied forces on the production sites of Toyota in Aichi city of Japan. Toyota has developed their sales division as a separate entity in 1950, as the Toyota Sales Co., was established. Officially in 1956, the Toyopet Chain of dealers was established in 1956, and the Toyota Sales Co., was dissolved in 1982. The Crown was the first car that was ready to be exported into the USA markets in 1957; it was also exported to the other American and Brazilian sale divisions of Toyota. It was the 2010, when Toyota suspended the sales of eight recalled models to fix the technical problems that could caused them to stuck off in the market. The Trumpet playing robot was developed by the Toyota Motors in 2004, and Toyota is now developing the multitask robots for the elderly care, manufacturing and entertainment services. The brain machine interface is the example of Toyota's involvement in the robotics technology and search. These robots are designed to use with the wheelchairs. It allows the disabled persons to accurately control the electronic wheel chairs to go right, left or forward with a delay of 125 milliseconds. Toyota has a great contribution in the development of Kirobo. It was the world's first ever robot astronaut.

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