Toyota Named a Fortune Magaine Top 10 Change Company, Again

Recently, Fortune magazine announced that Toyota had earned a spot on its "Change the World List" for the second time in three years. Toyota was ranked eighth out of 50 companies on that are spearheading global innovations and devising solutions to our planet's most pressing issues.


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Fortune teamed up with the Shared Value Initiative, FSG and Professor Michael E. Porter of the Harvard Business School to assess and rate companies based on the three critical factors of measurable social impact, business results and level of innovation. The magazine then picks the top 50 companies based upon proprietary analysis and reporting. Toyota earned praise for the company's use of hydrogen, as evidenced by the mass market introduction of the Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.

In a press release, Jim Lentz, Toyota Motor North America chief executive officer, declared, "Toyota is proud to be recognized by Fortune, once again, as an agent of change. As one of the world’s largest automakers, Toyota is in the unique position to shape the future of mobility. The Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle is leading the way toward positive change and a more sustainable tomorrow."

Here at Superior Toyota, our entire team is proud to be associated with an automaker that's so committed to doing good in our world.


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