Green Cars An Introduction and Brief Economic Analysis Since its invention in the late 1800s, the car has been a major part of our nation’s history and development. As the car matured, it started to become the primary source of transportation for both people and goods. As their technology continues to advance, the demand for more fuel efficient and cleaner emitting cars began to rise, and thus, the green car was born. But what makes a car “green”? What is a Green Car?
Toyota Motor Corporation: Business Innovation and Philosophy Kiichiro Toyoda founded the Toyota Motor Corporation. Toyota is one of Japan’s largest automakers entered the US market in 1957 with economical and reliable compact cars. (“From 1957 to 21st Century Toyota Moving Forward with America”) Toyota is one of the leaders in hybrid, fuel-efficient vehicles, and long lasting vehicles in the industry. They have a diverse product line that ranges from subcompact to luxury, sport utility vehicles, truck, minivans, and buses. (“Toyota Motor Corporation Company Profile – Yahoo!
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