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2024 24 Hours of Le Mans: An Endurance Racing Tradition

The 24 Hours of Le Mans is an annual endurance sports car race held near Le Mans, France. Renowned as one of the most prestigious races in the world, it is also considered the oldest active endurance racing event. This iconic race spans 24 hours, with the car covering the greatest distance during this time declared the winner.

This year’s race is scheduled to commence on June 15 at 4 p.m. and conclude on June 16 at 4 p.m. Among the competing vehicles is the advanced Toyota GR010 Hybrid, participating in the Hypercar class. This high-performance car features a 200 kW (272 PS) hybrid motor on the front axle, delivering four-wheel drive, complemented by a 3.5-liter V6 twin-turbo engine that runs on 100% renewable biofuel.

The inclusion of the Toyota GR010 Hybrid highlights the ongoing innovation and commitment to sustainability in the world of endurance racing. We look forward to witnessing another thrilling chapter in the legacy of the 24 Hours of Le Mans

CFAO Sponsors Toyota Hybrid Electric Vehicle for Hole In One Prize at Mopani Zambia Open 2024

Kitwe, Zambia – June 13-19, 2024

CFAO Mobility Zambia Limited is pleased to announce its Platinum sponsorship of the prestigious Mopani Zambia Open 2024 golf tournament where it has also staked a Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid Electric Vehicle. This esteemed event will be held from June 13th to 19th at Nkana Golf Club in Kitwe and is part of the Sunshine Tour, attracting both local and international golf players.

As a highlight of our sponsorship, CFAO Mobility will be offering the Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid Electric Vehicle valued at $48,200.00 as a hole-in-one prize for hole 7, along with an additional $2,000.00 in cash. This generous prize underscores our commitment as a Platinum sponsor. The hole-in-one contest provides participants with an exciting opportunity to win a significant prize, enhancing their tournament experience.

CFAO Mobility’s hole-in-one sponsorship of the Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid Electric Vehicle aligns with our dedication to environmental sustainability and the Zambian government policy of a green economy and participating the electric vehicle value chain. This initiative promotes cleaner air through fewer harmful emissions, fuel savings, higher average engine load efficiency, lower maintenance costs, and increased vehicle uptime.

“At CFAO Mobility we thrive to positively contribute to the community we operate from; therefore, this gesture is part of our Corporate Social Responsibility initiative as a way of giving back to society and supporting sporting sports development. This is also testament of our belief in the economic resurgence of the Copperbelt province” said a CFAO Mobility spokesperson.

The Pro-Am tournaments will take place on 11th and 12th June 2024. Following these, the junior golf events will be held, culminating in the Final Round of the Mopani Zambia Open 2024. The tournament will conclude with a prize-giving ceremony.

Contact Information:

Marketing Department, CFAO Mobility Zambia

Email: contact-toyota-zambia@cfao.co.zm

Phone: +260 971 268 000

About CFAO Mobility Zambia:

CFAO Mobility Zambia, a subsidiary of the global CFAO Group, is a leader in the Zambian automotive sector, offering a wide range of vehicles and services designed to meet the evolving needs of its customers. With a focus on innovation and sustainability, CFAO Mobility Zambia is dedicated to enhancing the mobility experience in Zambia and beyond.

Subaru, Toyota, and Mazda Commit to New Engine Development for the Electrification Era, Toward Carbon Neutrality

Subaru Corporation (Subaru), Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota), and Mazda Motor Corporation (Mazda) have each committed to developing new engines tailored to electrification and the pursuit of carbon neutrality. With these engines, each of the three companies will aim to optimize integration with motors, batteries, and other electric drive units. While transforming vehicle packaging with more compact engines, these efforts will also decarbonize ICEs by making them compatible with various carbon-neutral (CN) fuels.*1.

Subaru, Toyota, and Mazda have always been driven by a deep understanding of their customers’ diverse lifestyles. This understanding has led the three companies to develop signature engines*2 that not only represent their respective brands but also cater to their customers’ unique needs and preferences.

In pursuing decarbonization, all three companies have focused on carbon as the enemy and sought to expand options by acting with passion and purpose. This mindset has driven efforts to ensure a future for the supply chains and jobs that underpin engines. Under the extreme conditions of racing, the companies have worked to broaden powertrain and fuel options by competing with vehicles running on liquid hydrogen and CN fuels.

This process has clarified the role that future engines will play in achieving carbon neutrality. With the next generation of engines, the three companies will seek to not only improve standalone engine performance but also optimize their integration with electric drive units, harnessing the advantages of each.

While being highly efficient and powerful, the new engines will also revolutionize vehicle packaging by being more compact than existing models. Smaller engines will allow for even lower hoods, improving design possibilities and aerodynamic performance while contributing to better fuel efficiency. The development will also emphasize compliance with increasingly strict emissions regulations.

At the same time, the new engines will be made carbon neutral by shifting away from fossil fuels and offering compatibility with various alternatives, including e-fuel (synthetic fuel), biofuels, and liquid hydrogen. In doing so, these engines will contribute to the broader adoption of CN fuels.

Upon this announcement, the CEOs of the three companies made the following comments:
“Achieving a carbon-neutral society is a challenge that must be undertaken by all of Japan’s industries and society as a whole. As we continue to refine electrification technology, we will also enhance our horizontally-opposed engines with an aim to use carbon-neutral fuels in the future. Moving forward, the three companies sharing the same aspiration will continue to advance the pursuit of sustainable excellence in Japanese car manufacturing.”
(Atsushi Osaki, Representative Director, President and CEO, Subaru Corporation)

“In order to provide our customers with diverse options to achieve carbon neutrality, it is necessary to take on the challenge of evolving engines that are in tune with the energy environment of the future. The three companies, which share the same aspirations, will refine engine technologies through friendly competition.”
(Koji Sato, President, Member of the Board of Directors and CEO, Toyota Motor Corporation)

“We will continue to offer customers exciting cars by honing internal combustion engines for the electrification era and expanding the multi-pathway possibilities for achieving carbon neutrality. Given the rotary engine’s compatibility with electrification and carbon-neutral fuels, Mazda will continue to develop the technology through co-creation and competition to ensure it can contribute broadly to society.”
(Masahiro Moro, Representative Director, President and CEO, Mazda Motor Corporation)

Even as Subaru, Toyota, and Mazda compete in the product arena with unique engines and cars, the companies have a shared dedication to achieving carbon neutrality through a multi-pathway approach. Together with like-minded partners similarly skilled and passionate about engines, they will work to create the future of Japan’s auto industry.

*1Fuels with net zero CO2 emissions into the atmosphere across their lifecycle, from manufacture to use. These include e-fuel, made from hydrogen and carbon dioxide, and biofuels derived from biomass (plants, etc.).
*2Each company’s iconic engines SubaruHorizontally-opposed engine. Pistons move horizontally, resulting in a low-profile engine with less vibration & lower center of gravity. ToyotaInline-four engine. Achieves both high output and high thermal efficiency. MazdaRotary engine. Compact and lightweight, yet powerful. Currently used for generators.

Source: global.toyota/en/newsroom

CFAO Scoops 1st Prize Motor Vehicle Category and 2nd Prize Best Overall Exhibitor

We are excited to announce that CFAO Mobility Zambia Limited has been honored with the Best Exhibitor award in the Motor Vehicle Category at the recently concluded CAMINEX show in Kitwe!

But that’s not all – our premier brand also secured the prestigious 2nd Best Overall Exhibitor award!

We extend our heartfelt thanks to our valued customers and prospects for visiting our stand. 

A special appreciation goes to the organizers for an exceptionally well-arranged 3-day expo. Their efforts in creating a platform for industry leaders to showcase our products and services are commendable.

Congratulations to all the participants and other winners as well! 

We look forward to continuing to provide top-notch products and services to our customers.

CFAO Mobility Shines at the 27th Annual Zambia Institute of Marketing Conference and Awards Gala Dinner

CFAO Mobility is proud to have been a sponsor at the 27th Annual Zambia Institute of Marketing (ZIM) Conference and Awards Gala Dinner, held at the Avani Victoria Falls Resort in Livingstone from May 21st to 24th, 2024. The event, themed “Innovate, Elevate, Thrive: Driving Prosperity, Growth, and Resilience Through Strategic Insight,” served as a dynamic platform for industry leaders and professionals.

Event Highlights

The conference was officially inaugurated by the Minister of Commerce and Trade, Hon. Chipoka Mulenga, and honored by the presence of the Minister of Tourism, Hon. Rodney Malindi Sikumba. Attendees were enriched by presentations from various keynote speakers and master classes addressing:

  • The art of storytelling
  • The power of artificial intelligence in marketing
  • Managing third-party risks
  • Addressing copyright infringement and liability

These sessions provided valuable insights and laid the groundwork for a forward-thinking and enriching conference.

Our Contributions

As an innovative brand, CFAO Mobility showcased its latest advancements by offering test drives of our Toyota Hybrid Electric Vehicles, including the RAV4 and Corolla Cross. These demonstrations underscored our commitment to sustainable and cutting-edge automotive solutions.

Prestigious Award Recognition

CFAO Mobility is honored to announce that it received the prestigious Best Product Innovation Award for 2023 at the ZIM Awards. This accolade recognizes the excellence and innovation embodied in our Toyota Hybrid Electric Vehicles, affirming our leadership in the automotive industry.

Gratitude and Dedication

We extend our heartfelt thanks to our innovative team for their unwavering effort and dedication, which made this recognition possible. We also express our sincere gratitude to the ZIM organizers for hosting an exceptional 27th Conference and Awards Dinner Gala.

This award is dedicated to our valued customers and followers on all our social media channels. Your support and engagement drive us to strive for excellence and achieve success. Thank you for being an integral part of our journey.

CFAO Mobility Sponsors Copperbelt Motor Show: Event Recap

We are excited to announce that CFAO Mobility proudly sponsored the Copperbelt Motor Show, held at Garden Court Kitwe from May 10th to 12th in Kitwe, Copperbelt Province.

Event Highlights

  • Test Drives: Attendees had the unique opportunity to experience the RAV4 Hybrid electric vehicle through engaging test drives.
  • Automotive Innovations: We presented the latest advancements in our lineup, including the Land Cruiser 300, RAV4 Hybrid, Corolla Cross, and Land Cruiser Pickup, highlighting our commitment to innovation and quality.
  • Interactive Sessions: The event featured informative sessions and hands-on experiences with our newest models, offering attendees in-depth knowledge and engagement.

Achievements and Acknowledgments

  • 2nd Place Win: We are proud to announce that our dedicated team secured 2nd place at the event, a testament to their hard work and enthusiasm.
  • Gratitude: We extend our heartfelt thanks to the judges and organizers for their exceptional efforts in making this event a success.
  • Congratulations: We also congratulate our fellow exhibitors on their remarkable achievements throughout the show.

The Copperbelt Motor Show was an outstanding event filled with innovation, excitement, and community spirit. We are grateful to everyone who contributed to its success, especially our exceptional team.

Thank you for making this event a memorable experience!

Moola Shuwanga, Regional parts Manager for Kitwe branch


Meet Ms. Moola Shuwanga, Regional parts Manager for Kitwe branch, who lives by Henry David Thoreau quote that” Success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it”.

Historically, the automotive industry has been driven by men both on local and international level with a perception of women failing to balance the when given a parts role or to head a service or parts department.

Recently, women have turned this perception into an opportunity by making their mark in the motor industry by either- owning workshops or playing leading roles on the workshop floor and the vehicle parts departments.

We are so excited to share todays article about our female employee heading parts division at a regional level. Ms. Moola’s interview was short and unique in its own way. This is what she had to say about her experience at Toyota Zambia.

 “I joined Toyota Zambia in 2005 as Copperbelt parts manager with so much willingness to learn and continue to improve myself and those around me. I attribute my successes to hard work, dedication and the support from my family, friends and colleagues. I’ve been blessed with amazing people who have cheered me on and continue to be my strength in my career progress. Faith, you must realize that working in parts department on a management level for a decade requires you to be responsible for supplying and replacing of genuine while ensuring front line staff utilizes sales and marketing skills to increase revenue by selling parts to customers. Targets were met and was promoted to my current role, Regional Parts Manager-North, in 2015.

One of my strengths that I pride in, is that I’m a people person, which has worked well for me in my interactions with both customers and staff. In a market such as this, you cannot depend on walk-in customers to build the business. The strength of the relationships that you build determines your longevity in the business, you well know that fact Faith (she smiles).

I’ve always been a self-drive and result oriented person, and at times I tend to want to rush into achieving our targets by demanding a lot from myself and from the team. I expect my team members to always pull together as one and endeavour to lift each other up.

Regarding having a balance in life, here is my take Faith, I’m still trying to find the perfect balance, which is a bit of a challenge most of the time. I’m learning to plan my work within working hours so that I can leave the office on time and have time for “life outside Toyota”.

I live a very active lifestyle, so gym is a big part of my life. I must admit COVID did manage to derail me a little though, I’m still trying to get my discipline back. I find that workouts help me manage my stress better. It’s a bonus in that it keeps me in shape as well. Over the years, I have come to believe that indeed success usually comes to those who are too busy to be looking for it, as Henry put it. Knowing that my hard work and perseverance will help me achieve greater professional and personal success is what keeps me going, and I believe I have inspired a number people that look up to me, staff under my leadership, as well as the customers that I serve… it encourages me to push more. That’s exactly what motivates me to even work harder. I am trying to dodge your question about my hobbies Faith (she smiles). In any case, I like to travel and experience the world and passionate about music, as it speaks to my soul in a way that nothing else does. I’m a singer and I believe I got the moves too.

Did I mention the fact that my first job was in an automotive company straight out of college in 1998? At that point I knew nothing about vehicles except that I enjoyed riding in them. It eventually became an interesting challenge as I was determined to learn as much as I could to be the best at what I do. The fact that there were very few females in management positions at the time was an even greater push for me. My work experience has been with 3 Companies, all automotive and spans over 22 years. This is a point I get to advise female aspiring to take a leap of faith and join parts department, ‘don’t be afraid of hard work, as a female you will have to work 3 times harder than your male counterparts to gain the respect and recognition that you deserve. Push on and never give up’.

It’s been a great journey, filled with learning, growing and developing both personally and professionally”.

These articles are shared to inspire and motivate anyone thinking impossibilities disrupt you from achieving your dreams. Look out for another encouraging piece as we decide to either drive all the way to Solwezi, North-Western, or Livingstone, Southern provinces.  Stay Tuned!!

Gilbert Mfuya General, Manager Copperbelt Toyota

Have you been enjoying the pieces we been sharing with you thus far? Well as promised from the previous article, we are excited to share today’s piece all the way from our Copperbelt, Kitwe branch, the story of Mr. Gilbert Mfuya – General Manager.

Have you ever wondered how certain personalities fear challenges making them feel nothing can be achieved? Well, this article is more pragmatic because it takes a leader to have both inspiration and good solid traits to lead a team to greater heights. This interview was different in a sense that it was more balanced as the interviewee shared more about his professional, personal, social, Faith and family. This is how Mr. Mfuya briefly shared about his experience at Toyota Zambia.   

“Thanks Faith Nawakwi for according me this opportunity to share my Toyota Story. I joined Toyota Zambia in 2002 as Information Systems Manager from Lonrho Group and played a significant role in redesigning and transforming the IT infrastructure at Toyota Zambia for improved business performance and operational efficiency. This project gave me better understanding of Toyota ‘s corporate vision and growth strategies and further enhanced my interest and knowledge of Automotive business operations which began during the time I worked for Lonrho Zambia Plc. Did you even know about the brand name Lonrho Zambia Plc? (as he smiles). Well that will be a story to tell after we done with this interview. I was awarded best Information Technology Manager, three years after joining Toyota Zambia, which was quiet an exciting experience for me.  The competition was tough as I was amongst employees from Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) distributors in Africa under the Discovery Award program for effective design, management and delivery of projects and IT services. Coincidentally, this is the year I decided to change my career path to taste the waters of being in Sales and marketing. I made this decision to better contribute to Toyota’s core business and to know more about our external customer needs and how the business operates away from the IT services.

Fortunately, there was an opening in October 2005 for the position of New Vehicle Sales Manager in Lusaka. Even though this was highly competitive with seasoned industry experts competing for the Job, I took a leap of faith and applied for the position. What gave me confidence was my people management skills, knowledge of automotive business (which I have always loved), related market environment, which I wanted to use and explore to reach higher heights. Yes, I do love to push myself and turn the impossibilities to possibilities.  My educational background span from finance, project and business management. My base qualifications is in computer science and mathematics. Fast forward, I got the Job after several rounds of interviews, you can just imagine how elated I was, yet my mind was telling me that I was up for challenging times. Again positive energies kicked in, as it was time for a different change of wind in my personal life.  I have since marked the year 2005 as a career turning point, for I had to define a new trajectory in my exciting journey at Toyota Zambia.

Managing the Sales team came with its own challenges at the beginning. Nevertheless, the right environment of trust and respect for one another was created which gave birth to a team spirit environment. As a team we became alive with improved interaction and communication, great ideas began to flow. I further supported and filled the role of National Sales & Marketing as there was no one at that time in that position.  Faith, I will tell you that with unity of purpose, we pushed for sales growth to achieve our targets as a team. The collective effort paid off with the admission of Toyota Zambia into the Toyota Tsusho Corporation (TTC) 1000 club membership for selling over 1,000 units for the first time in Zambia.

In March 2009, I was promoted to head a totally new portfolio of “New Business Development and Growth” with a primary objective of infrastructure development and Organisation Process improvement. This portfolio required strong collaborative and engagement efforts with various internal and external stake holders for successful feasibility studies, evaluation, approvals and efficient projects implementation. Some of the notable achievements in the three years I served in this portfolio include:     

  • Feasibility study for the establishment of Non-Automotive business in Zambia.
  • Establishment of a flag ship facility in Lusaka (Nangwenya Toyota), Aftersales facility in Livingstone and upgrading the Copperbelt Toyota facility.
  • Migration of Enterprise Resource Application from Automate system to a more robust and dynamic system, SAP DBM.
  • Feasibility studies for Toyota foot print expansion in selected provincial centres, namely Chipata, Mansa, Kasama, Solwezi and Mongu and the eventual appointment of Authorised Service centres (ASC’s) in Chipata and Kasama.

I was later appointed as head of the Corporate Affairs Department in 2012. This was yet another exciting shift from project based activities to corporate governance, branding, retail concepts, including Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) under our shareholder theme of growing together with the community. During this tenure, we carried out various CSR activities which were related to education, health, safety and environmental sustainability. To achieve care for customer principle under customer relations, we established a centralised call centre to effectively track customer experience, complaints resolution.

Truthfully speaking Ms. Nawakwi, I have had a fair share of challenges which I believe you well know that no one is immune to the latter, such as team resistance to change and their affinity to the status quo and other minor things. However, change is inevitable. As a leader with a good number of years of experience, I have come to understand that motivation is easier to achieve while change of mind set takes one to lead the way. I believe in my team and expecteveryone to do right thing and push positive energies in the same direction, team potential is unlocked and the resultant competitive force is unmatched.    

Let’s go back to how Toyota Zambia has groomed me, 2015 I was promoted to my current position of General Manager Copperbelt, Kitwe branch. This has given me an all-round experience in dealer management over the last 5 years. You asked for 30 minutes, this has been two and half hours already, what else would you like me to share? (as he laughs). I am very approachable down to earth person, married to a beautiful wife Jacqueline. God has indeed been gracious enough to bless us with four (4) children, two boys and two girls. I try to balance time, however life experience has taught me that sometimes you need to sacrifice a portion of time, whether at work or home, to deliver on a corporate objective with support and understanding of family. Not easy but doable. With regards to my interests and hobbies, I enjoy reading innovative and management books.  At times when am just trying to relax, I end up occasionally attending golf day events, playing the game of chess or watching football. Above all, I am a Christian hence always have time for God. I have really enjoyed my networking within the Toyota Zambia family and still is enjoying. My dear, car dealership business is very detailed and require accuracy and trust elements in the delivery of service. Any compromise results in unhappy customer! Hence the need for continuous improvement in order to have ‘always happy customers’. I can only advice young ladies and gentlemen to exercise patience, develop a strong foundation on which to anchor their career ambitions. Furthermore, seek knowledge and understanding rather than immediate financial rewards. These principle tenets can help fulfil their dreams.

It’s a brief interview Faith, my journey at Toyota Zambia has been and still is exciting, challenging and yet rewarding.”

This has been an awesome interview from Mr. Mfuya. Our next article will be more like a twist of tales. No preambles,  just stay tuned and look forward to the next piece.

Mr. Franco H. Breytenbach – Toyota National Service Manager

Today’s article is even more interesting, as we cross over on an international level. The article is based on Mr. Franco H. Breytenbach the National Service Manager for Toyota Zambia.

The interview was conducted in April 2020 at Toyota Cairo road branch. Mr. Breytenbach preferred a face to face interview which was unstructured even after emailing him twelve interesting structured questions. The most exciting experience with this unstructured face to face interview is that it was very flexible, comfortable and a very practical method to analyse the interviewee.

Mr. Breytenbach took the interview process back to South Africa. Certainly, there are many reasons why corporations tend to hire experts rather than hire someone locally. It’s a common norm that an expatriate worker brings about unique set of skills, culture and processes which will obviously add necessary value in a long term.

This is what he shared, “My automobile journey kicked off in 2000, when I joined Toyota South Africa as an apprentice and made advances in my earliest career, I enjoyed my work and the learning process was just out of this world. Obviously, I expected challenges serving as an apprentice and one of them was when my immediate supervisor did not show me how to repair and fix the 4×4 engine system yet expected me to work on one of the customers’ vehicle randomly. There was a gap in my understanding when the front shaft turned off from the differential. In short I was not given full instructions, it was a trial. A trial which groomed me to manage time effectively, maintain control and composure over projects/responsibilities and developed a proactive approach towards tasks.

Nevertheless, when the work you do is embedded in your blood, you can always figure it out one way or the other. Toyota South Africa policy states that; for one to be qualified as technician, one has to go through all four levels and pass within four years. The stages are from technician, professional, diagnosis up to the master diagnosis. I completed my courses after being tested on both practical and theory and qualified in 2003. I became well vested with Hino and Lexus because of constantly operating in the workshop for twelve years in various roles. I was then promoted to Service manager in 2008 under the Lexus brand. You see, there is a society in South Africa which monitors the automobile industry. It is for the elite, imagine out of 209 dealers only 16 members were selected and allowed to be handpicked. Interestingly, the society is not just like any other ordinary association where one has to apply and be given a membership card. The society acquires and keeps all information confidential; from technical issues to quality of work being displayed in the industry. I was privileged to be amongst the 16 and believe me, the extensive knowledge and training I acquired is just out of this world. Toyota Motor Corporation was impressed so much so that interest was shown to an extent where management wanted me to share and implement the knowledge I acquired in other countries.

I have worked for various automobile companies including Halfway group and Africa Mobility Solutions (AMS) as a manager in aftersales service. You might be wondering when I decided to join Toyota Zambia (as he smiles), it was in July 2018, that was after I had developed and shared several modules on aftersales to Zambia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Angola, Uganda and Mauritius. Based on my vast understanding of differences in corporate culture, I gladly joined Toyota Zambia”.

Mr. Breytenbach has been with Toyota Zambia for over two years. Observers and some employees have confirmed that Mr. Breytenbach’ s leadership style encourages and allows above and lower-level employees to display their full potential, which is certainly an effective democratic way of leading a large team from Cairo, Nangwenya, Kitwe, Livingstone, Solwezi and the authorised service centres (chipata, Kabwe and Mkushi) respectively.

This was a splendid unstructured interview. We hope that you enjoyed this piece and learned something regarding change, as it inevitable and very much possible. Look forward to another exciting upcoming article.

A New Stage for Making Ever-Better Cars: A Look at the Long-Awaited Facility 

In April 2024, there was an unveiling ceremony for the Toyota Technical Center Shimoyama research and development facility to mark the start of full operations.

The facility was built with the cooperation of Toyota City and Okazaki City in Aichi Prefecture. The country road was built in 2019, and the test course was completed in 2021. This year, it became a business base for developing Lexus and GR, and full operations began with the opening of the vehicle development building.

“It’s about driving on roads, breaking, and fixing… doing that over and over is what it is to make a car.”

As Chairman Akio Toyoda gave his thoughts on carmaking, behind him was a smashed GR Yaris that Morizo had flipped and destroyed. There’s a special reason why this was displayed during the unveiling ceremony.

Cars are driven on the test course and return to the garage when they break. The engineers rush down from the second floor, and everyone discusses how to fix it. Having everyone in one place means agile development.

Chairman Toyoda had the following to say.

“This is not a goal. It is a start.” “This is where we can do what we’ve always wanted to but were unable to do, so this is where we begin figuring out how to use this facility.”

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