In July, both sales and production fell below the previous year's level due to the impact from the global spread of COVID-19, as well as the parts supply shortage caused by the increased demand for semiconductors

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announces its sales, production, and export results for July 2022 as well as the cumulative total from January to July, including those for subsidiaries Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd. and Hino Motors, Ltd.

July 2022

Sales Results

  Record high Toyota Daihatsu Hino Record high Total
Worldwide sales 797,179(-7.2) 63,502(5.6) 12,076(-1.0) 872,757(-6.2)
Sales inside of Japan
Incl. minivehicles 104,431(-25.3) 47,137(-5.7) 3,179(-33.9) 154,747(-20.5)
Market share 29.9(-7.1) 44.3(-7.3)
Excl. minivehicles 100,980(-26.2)
Market share 47.1(-8.2)
Sales outside of Japan 692,748(-3.6) 16,365(60.6) 8,897(20.4) 718,010(-2.5)

Toyota: Worldwide sales: 11th consecutive month of YoY decrease; Sales inside of Japan (including minivehicles): 11th consecutive month of YoY decrease;
Sales outside of Japan: First YoY decrease in 2 months

Consolidated: Worldwide sales: 11th consecutive month of YoY decrease; Sales inside of Japan (including minivehicles): 11th consecutive month of YoY decrease;
Sales outside of Japan: First YoY decrease in 2months

Production Results

  Record high Toyota Daihatsu Hino Record high Total
Worldwide production 706,547(-8.6) 113,627(3.0) 15,018(11.5) 835,192(-6.9)
Production inside of Japan 221,817(-28.2) 70,313(-14.4) 10,840(-3.9) 302,970(-24.7)
Production outside of Japan 484,730(4.5) 43,314(53.6) 4,178(91.0) 532,222(7.7)

Toyota: Worldwide production: 4th consecutive month of YoY decrease; Production inside of Japan: 5th consecutive month of YoY decrease;
Production outside of Japan: 3rd consecutive month of YoY increase

Consolidated: Worldwide production: 4th consecutive month of YoY decrease; Production inside of Japan: 5th consecutive month of YoY decrease;
Production outside of Japan: 3rd consecutive month of YoY increase

Exports Results

  Record high Toyota Daihatsu Hino Record high Total
Exports 158,308(-22.1) 0(―) 5,744(-0.2) 164,052(-21.5)

Toyota:
5th consecutive month of YoY decrease

Consolidated:
5th consecutive month of YoY decrease

Unit Vehicles: Figures in ( ) show YoY percentage change. ◎: record high for a single month, ○: record high for the corresponding month Worldwide sales: Sales inside of Japan + Sales outside of Japan Sales inside of Japan: Registrations + Notifications (incl. overseas-manufactured models) Sales outside of Japan: Definition of “sales” varies by country or region Worldwide production: Production inside of Japan + Production outside of Japan Production inside of Japan: Complete vehicle + Kits for overseas assembly (figure as of line-off in Japan) Production outside of Japan: Vehicles produced outside of Japan, excluding kits from Japan (figure as of line-off on site)
Exports: Exports from Japan to other countries and regions (figure as of time of ship loading)

For January to July 2022

Sales Results

  Toyota Daihatsu Hino Total
Worldwide sales 5,496,199(-6.3) 424,637(-5.0) 89,732(2.1) 6,010,568(-6.1)
Sales inside of Japan
Incl. minivehicles 763,965(-20.1) 316,835(-14.2) 28,120(-19.5) 1,108,920(-18.4)
Market share 31.3(-2.3) 45.5(-2.3)
Excl. minivehicles 743,989(-20.3)
Market share 49.6(-3.2)
Sales outside of Japan 4,732,234(-3.6) 107,802(38.3) 61,612(16.5) 4,901,648(-2.7)

Production Results

  Toyota Daihatsu Hino Total
Worldwide production 5,068,264(-4.2) 766,352(-5.3) 100,488(7.4) 5,935,104(-4.2)
Production inside of Japan 1,493,476(-20.0) 478,974(-17.2) 74,304(-3.0) 2,046,754(-18.9)
Production outside of Japan 3,574,788(4.5) 287,378(24.4) 26,184(54.4) 3,888,350(5.9)

Exports Results

  Toyota Daihatsu Hino Total
Exports 968,845(-15.0) 0(―) 38,542(-0.2) 1,007,387(-14.5)

Unit Vehicles: Figures in ( ) show YoY percentage change. ◎: record high for a single month, ○: record high for the corresponding month Worldwide sales: Sales inside of Japan + Sales outside of Japan Sales inside of Japan: Registrations + Notifications (incl. overseas-manufactured models) Sales outside of Japan: Definition of “sales” varies by country or region Worldwide production: Production inside of Japan + Production outside of Japan Production inside of Japan: Complete vehicle + Kits for overseas assembly (figure as of line-off in Japan) Production outside of Japan: Vehicles produced outside of Japan, excluding kits from Japan (figure as of line-off on site)
Exports: Exports from Japan to other countries and regions (figure as of time of ship loading)

SOURCE: Toyota

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