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Toyota CEO – Akio Toyoda (Age – 67)

Akio Toyoda became the President and CEO of Toyota Motor Corporation (also called Toyota) in 2009 replacing Katsuaki Watanabe. Toyota is his family business that is worth around 30 billion USD. Toyota CEO Akio has worked in all the divisions of his automotive company, right from marketing to production in Japan and abroad. In 2013, he was honored with L’ordre national de la Légion d’honneur, Officier, France. In 2017, he was bestowed with Medal with Blue Ribbon, Japan. The third generation businessman, Toyoda aims to transform Toyota from an automobile company to a mobility company. Under his leadership, the company recently launched the concept of an e-Palette. e-Palette is an autonomous vehicle that can be customized based on customer’s needs. Scroll through this wiki page to get more details such as  Toyota CEO email address, Akio Toyoda net worth, and Toyota CEO salary.

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Akio Toyoda Toyota CEO

Toyota Competitors

Toyota faces competition from following automakers:

  1. Honda
  2. Hyundai
  3. Nissan
  4. Ford
  5. GM

Akio Toyoda Net Worth – Toyota CEO Salary

As of 2023, Akio Toyoda’s net was estimated to be around 1.25 billion USD. In 2021, Akio reportedly drew a modest annual compensation of around 5 million USD. 

Toyota Net Worth – Is Toyota Profitable? 

As of 2023, the total market cap of Toyota Motor Corp ranges between 225-245 billion USD. Yes, Toyota is a profitable venture. 

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Toyota CEO Email Address | Akio Toyoda Contact 

To contact the Toyota CEO over email try [email protected]

Career & Education – Company, University, & College                                  

The grandson of Kiichiro Toyoda (Toyota’s Founder), Akio became the President and CEO of the Japanese automaker in 2009. Before that, in 2005, he was appointed the Executive Vice President of the company. In 2000, he became a Board Member of Toyota. However, his career with the company is said to have begun in 1984.

Toyoda went to Keio University in Japan and earned a degree in Law in 1979. He holds a Master’s degree in Finance from Babson College in Massachusetts.

Akio Toyoda Wiki – Age, Wife, Family, & Other Details

Toyota CEO Akio (age 67) was born on May 3, 1956 in the city of Nagoya in Japan. His parents are Hiroko née Mitsui and Shoichiro Toyoda. His wife is Yuko and they have one son named Daisuke.

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7 comments on Toyota CEO – Akio Toyoda (Age – 67)

  1. I recently bought a used Toyota Camry SE at 175,000 miles. To my great astonishment after a couple hundred miles, the car began shuddering and the gears began sticking.

    After several days of researching, taking it to mechanics and reading blogs of total disappointment, I realised this model and year had several recalls on it due to issues you all knew about when this car was made.

    Toyota has refused to stand by the issue stating it was a recall up to a certain mileage limit. This is no right. If Toyota knows there was an error, then this error should be fixed at any point in time.

    I find this really bothersome as different cars are driven differently by many people.

    I believe being honourable in all transactions is the reason why Toyota has always been a car sort after.

    To my utter dismay I can no longer say this due to my experience with your Toyota franchises in Franklin TN.

    I am a missionary without the funds to either replace my car or fix it, hence my email to you, appealing to your good sense in helping me to replace it known issue by Toyota free to me.

  2. I owned 3 Toyota Tundra pro, And after seeing how Toyota put itself into the Political Game, I will be going to G.M.C Trucks and Urgently telling anyone I know, And I know a lot of people NOT TO BUY TOYOTA. Starting with my Husband who was looking into a Tundra. Tomorrow we’re checking out the new G.M.C we did see one we’re testing tomorrow,4WD Crew Cab
    4WD Crew Cab Long Box Denali. My Father inlaw who owns a toyota is also looking to buy a new truck, I can guarantee you it won’t be another toyota. We’re all Republicans and stand together. I’ll be pushing a BoyCott. Have a Great Day.

  3. Hello Mr AkioToyoda – I’m the grandmother for Prince Wright, we purchased a Camry toyota 2019 April 2020 from Monster Auto Dealership who is now out of business due to Coronavirus. The engine in the car is under the Power train warranty and the engine is not working. I was ask to provide proof of maintenance service. I located the prior owner was enterprise rental car company and they have given the shop voucher. I was asked for maintenance every 10,000 for the current mileage is about42,352 and I provided record 5 invoice for 7,000 mileage of service. Mr. Zimmerman now want proof of the plug drain gasket. This is now a 3 weeks+ situation. I don’t feel I’m receiving good customer care. Denial to provide service causing me to go back and forth numerous place and time, with numerous phone calls. My grandson works as a front liner with the Fire Department and is using a rental car. I need your help please to intervene with this matter for us to receive having this vehicle repair under toyota warranty.
    I have 2 toyota cars and I do like your car. Feeling bad for about inadequate service I’m receiving. Your assistance in helping me will be greatly appreciated. The VIN number is 4t1b11hk3ku172192
    Thank you.

  4. I have been a loyal Toyota customer for many years. The last car that I purchased is a complete LEMOM. I have tried to get this problem resolved through the dealership, as well as contacting Gulf States Toyota. The General Sales Manager, at Oxford Toyota, in Oxford MS told me that he had a great rapport with Toyota Corporation top-management officials and that the problem would be taken care of. Of course, each time I called the dealership, he was unavailable and I have not been able to get this matter taken care of, and of course, they can’t find anything wrong with the car, although there continues to be loud popping sounds underneath the car. My neighbors have heard the popping sounds when I drive on my residential street, but Toyota mechanics can’t find the problem(WOW). One of the times when I took my car to the dealership for them to find the problem and repair it, the car was there for a month. When I took the car into the dealership the ‘Maintenance Required’ light was on and the light was still on when I picked up the car a month later. This tells me that that they put the car in back of the dealership repair shop and just left it there, and yes, for a MONTH. They know that there is something badly wrong with this car and just don’t want to deal with it, or me, because I have told them that the car needs to be replaced. I still have all the paperwork of all the ‘attempted repairs’, as well as all communication by phone, emails, etc. I am a female senior citizen, and I hope this is NOT the reason that all my concerns regarding the safety of this car has been taken so lightly or completely dismissed. Treat all your customers with dignity and respect.

  5. I made the switch from Honda Odyssey to a Toyota Sienna because I heard many wonderful thing about the Toyota brand. I purchased it used but I switched because everything I found on the internet said they are reliable vehicles and no transmission or engine problems like my 2 previous vans, one was a Dodge Caravan and the other a Honda Odyssey. Many people I spoke to as well stood by the Toyota brand is great and no major issues so I bought one. Four years after I bought my van I had to replace my transmission and it cost me around $4000 and I was very disappointed that I had to replace it when everyone sworn by your product.

    I have to save that my faith in your product is shaky at best. I am planning on replacing my Sienna with a different vehicle soon and I would like to replace it with another Toyota but I am still out the $4000 and still owe $5000 on my van.

    My daughters also want new vehicles soon and I would like to recommend that they purchase a Toyota but I may steer them towards a Honda since the manual transmissions last longer we might go that way.

  6. I have bought and proudly recommended Toyota vehicles for close to 50 years and do not want to stop now. PLEASE support stronger vehicle emissions standards!

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