Toyota needs to build one million cars in March to reach target

by SpeedLux
2020 Toyota Camry 2.5 (Front view)

Toyota Motor will need to build 700,000 vehicles worldwide in February, an increase of 10% on the year, but will still have to make a million more in March in order to touch an annual production target of 9 million, according to The Nikkei.

A Toyota spokesperson has not recognized this report.

The automaker has been trying to increase production in the final months of the business due to output lost earlier because of a shortage of components and renewed COVID-19 movement restrictions.

Toyota and other automakers have been forced to reduce production even as demand in key markets such as China has shown recovery in auto sales.

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