After stealing the show in Detroit in January, what could Toyota’s design team possibly do for an encore? How about a second FT-1, unveiled at the prestigious Gordon McCall’s Motorworks Revival gala last week.
For the FT-1, Sellene Lee and her team developed an interior befitting the power of the car’s exterior. And, as the second FT-1 showed us last week, a simple color change can create a completely different concept within a car.
You may have heard the hullabaloo in July about the 2015 Sienna’s launch. That little bit of brilliance originated from Toyota’s Corporate Communications and Marketing teams, which figured out that the Sienna’s influence was best illustrated by social media influencers.
Harbor-UCLA Medical Center is just one example of the Toyota Production System in action. But did you know that Toyota has set up its own nonprofit organization to share TPS with businesses and nonprofits to help them run better?
His office is in Washington, D.C. But you’re much more likely to find George Cook III in Texas, Michigan or Mississippi—or one of the other 12 states, plus Puerto Rico, that comprise his turf as Toyota’s senior manager of state government affairs.
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