The Toyota Automobiles company was started as a division of Toyoda Automatic Loom Works in 1933. This division was under the leadership of Kiichiro Toyoda. The company was renamed as The Toyota Motor Co. in 1937.
The first vehicle of the Toyota Company was released in the year 1935. In 1939 the company went on to establish a research centre and in 1940, the Toyota Science Centre was founded. After the World War II, Toyota made most out of the wrecked and worn-out trucks to make recycled vehicles.