Toyota Motor Group is expected to surpass global car sales for the first half of 2022, ahead of German rival Volkswagen for the third year in a row amid global chip shortage and COVID-19 lockdowns in China. industry data showed on Thursday.
The Japanese automaker said it sold about 5.14 million vehicles worldwide in the reporting period, including those from mini-vehicle maker Daihatsu Motor and truck maker Hino Motors.
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