Toyota Targets 40% Jump in Global Hybrid Sales in ’07
24 January 2007
Toyota aims to increase global sales of hybrids by 40% to 430,000 units this year. The automaker is also boosting domestic (Japan) production of the Prius by 40% to 280,000 units.
In 2006, Toyota’s global hybrid sales increased 33% from a year earlier to 312,500 units.
Toyota has forecast that its group—including Hino and Daihatsu—will sell a combined 9.34 million vehicles in 2007, up 6% from an estimated 8.80 million units in 2006.
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