Toyo is a response to the needs of drivers who expect excellent performance from their tyres and safe driving, regardless of the weather. Although Toyo is the youngest of the major Japanese brands, it quickly gained recognition beyond Japan and gained the trust of users.
Toyo means not only superior performance, but also safety in all conditions. Irrespective of whether you are commuting to work or going on a long holiday tour with your family, Toyo won't let you down.
This Japanese company's product line includes tyres for passenger cars, lorries and delivery vans, which are valued not only by drivers, but also by specialists at magazines and automotive organisations that perform seasonal tests. If you value safety the most, but at the same time don't want to resign from dynamic driving, regardless of the type of surface and weather, Toyo will meet your expectations.
Toyo was founded on the basis of Hirano Rubber Manufacturing, which was established in 1943.
The exact name of the company is Toyo Gomu Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha. "Gomu Kogyo" means "tyre company", while "Kabushiki Kaisha" means "joint stock company".
In addition to tyres, Toyo factories also produce rubber products for industry, rubber car parts, components for car seats and sports articles.
The Toyo brand became very popular among drivers thanks to its Proxes series, made popular in part thanks to the film "The Fast and the Furious".
The Toyo Tire & Rubber Company comprises well over a dozen branches located all over the world, including the USA, China, Canada, Russia, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Italy.