Tokyo – Toyota Motor Corp automaker is expected to be capable of producing more than 10 million vehicles this year. By doing so, Toyota will be the first manufacturer to reach that number.
Reported Nikkei, Toyota car production increase is partly due to a weaker yen and strong demand for hybrid cars in Japan. It is estimated there will be 3.3 million of which will be produced in Japan, including the brand Toyota, Daihatsu and Hoino.
Toyota car sales last year alone not to 10 million vehicles, but was able to win the crown of best-selling car manufacturer in the world after lagging behind General Motors and Volkswagen in 2011.
Toyota also recorded a top car manufacturer in the world if you look at the sales of their cars for one semester this 2013. Toyota during the first 6 months in 2013, selling 4.911 million. This figure is still down 1.1 percent fewer than the same period last year following the cessation of the subsidy program for environmentally friendly cars. But in America, which is Toyota’s largest market, sales remained good.
In comparison, sales of General Motors rose 4.85 percent to million, while Volkswagen rose 5.5 percent to 4.7 million.
Toyota earlier back into the world’s top manufacturers last year after nominally slipping in third in 2011.
Car supply is reduced due to the tsunami in Japan and floods in Thailand making them have to relinquish the title in GM and Volkswagen in 2011. Though Toyota has become the world’s largest manufacturer from 2008 until 2010.
But not the Toyota name if it can not get up. Only a year after the slump they directly control the world.