Live Archive Abstract Lingwood was appointed Senior Designer by Interbrand international branding consultancy division of Omnicom on the Toyota project, with responsibility for the development of a detailed rationalization of the Toyota Europe visual identity system that resulted in online guidelines detailing the Toyota visual identity elements logo, typography, colour, photography and layout and their specified use. This assignment required Lingwood to collate and analyse all Toyota Europe collateral, and to resolve inconsistencies of design that weakened the brand. Subsequently, Lingwood developed design recommendations and specifications for corporate stationery, customer literature, advertising principles, use of photography, signage, packaging, merchandising and exhibitions. Lingwood was responsible for the design and specification of Toyota Brand Central:
Commonly emerging from large industrial corporations as subdivisions in the first half of the 20th century, Japanese manufacturers met the demands of domestic market in small commercial and personal vehicles. It was not until s that Japan car industry had huge international success, powering its way to the top three car-producing countries in the world.
The global oil crisis was a dramatic boost for Japanese car industry. Millions of people in North America traded their fuel-thirsty powerful cars for economical four-cylinder vehicles from the Land of the Rising Sun. And they proved to be extremely reliable too comparing to American vehicles.
Ever since the Japanese cars have been associated with affordability, low running costs and reliability. List of Major Present Japanese Car Manufacturers A number of famous Japanese brands produce a huge variety of vehicles, from compact city and family cars to ultimate off-roaders and sports machines.
With oil prices going sky high, the huge US market required inexpensive economical cars to replace their bulky sedans, mainly powered by V8 engines. That was a turning point for Toyota which gained the reputation of producing cheap and reliable cars.
Later on they launched a new luxury brand Lexus. Toyota is one of the leaders in innovative hybrid and electric technologies and their marquee model Prius is now the best-selling hybrid car in the world. The total sales of Toyota bestseller, Corolla, reached 40 million in It came to prominence selling vehicles under both Nissan and Datsun brands.
In the company built the plant in Sunderland, England, which became the biggest car plant in Europe. Apart from mainstream cars, Nissan produces performance vehicles, including the legendary GT-R. Honda built their first car, S, inhaving enjoyed success in motorcycle business for almost two decades by that time.
Honda pioneered creation of luxury divisions, introducing Acura to US market in Along with Toyota, the company put efforts into developing eco-friendly technologies and today most of the models are available with hybrid powertrains.
It was a response to Japanese post-war need for inexpensive and reliable transportation. Suzuki trademark lightweight and reliable cars, as well as four-wheel drive vehicles earned them a huge market share, turning the company into one the top car manufacturers in the world.
Suzuki is also the leader in Kei-car segment in Japan. Volkswagen Group owns In the first car, R, was introduced and went on to be a domestic success. At the same time Mazda began to develop Wankel rotary engines in a bid to stand out from other Japanese carmakers.
From to the company had a partnership with Ford and developed a number of related models. The logo carried a stylized image of Pleiades open star cluster.
Later on the company developed two trademark features, distinguishing Subaru from other manufacturers.
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Publica. Toyota Motor Europe today reported sales of , Toyota and Lexus vehicles, an increase of +6% from Total market share for the group increased to %. Much of the growth came from the continued success of the industry’s largest hybrid line-up of 15 Toyota and Lexus models.
The new president of Toyota Europe had to decide whether there was a need to reposition the brand. If yes, should he recommend a unified brand image within Europe. How could this be achieved?
Provides data on the European market for automobiles, customer segments, and positioning of Toyota vs. the competition.