(toi-ō`tə, Jap. tōyō`tä), city (1990 pop. 332,336), Aichi prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is a major industrial center dominated by the Toyota Motor Company, which produces passenger vehicles and auto parts there.
With the cooperation of the bureau's traffic police department, TDC instructors from Japan will teach various safe driving skills from November 14 to 17 to a total of approximately 200 people from taxi companies, driving schools and Toyota dealers as well as others for which road safety is an important theme.
The expansion-aimed at strengthening Toyota's product-development competitiveness in the diversifying European market-means that the center will now handle body engineering for all Toyota models to be produced in Europe, as well as diesel engine evaluation for all Toyota models to be sold in Europe.
operates under a standard that provides total waste management based on Toyota Motor Manufacturing's zero-landfill philosophies and on ISO 14001 standards, which specify a process for controlling and improving a company's environmental performance.