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Toyota Announces Sales and Production Plans for CY2013

Tokyo, Dec 26, 2012 - (JCN Newswire) - Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announces today its CY2013 sales and production plans, as shown below.


CY2013 Plan All figures rounded; unit: 1,000 vehicles;
( ) percentage change from previous year's result

Toyota Daihatsu Hino Total

Japanese sales(1) 1,400(-18%) 600(-10%) 40 (-2%) 2,040(-15%)
Overseas sales 7,500 (7%) 240 (21%) 130 (17%) 7,870 (8%)
Worldwide sales 8,900 (3%) 840 (-3%) 170 (12%) 9,910 (2%)
Japanese production(2) 3,100(-11%) 720 (-7%) 160 (7%) 3,980(-10%)
Overseas production(3) 5,600 (7%) 330 (45%) 30 (14%) 5,960 (8%)
Worldwide production 8,700 (0%) 1,050 (5%) 190 ( 8%) 9,940 (0%)


CY2012 Results Forecast

Japanese sales(1) 1,700 (42%) 670 (23%) 40 (23%) 2,410 (35%)
Overseas sales 6,980 (18%) 200 (8%) 110 (27%) 7,290 (18%)
Worldwide sales 8,680 (22%) 870 (19%) 150 (26%) 9,700 (22%)
Japanese production(2) 3,490 (26%) 780 (27%) 150 (34%) 4,420 (27%)
Overseas production(3) 5,250 (26%) 230 (18%) 20 (74%) 5,500 (26%)
Worldwide production 8,740 (26%) 1,000 (25%) 180 (38%) 9,920 (26%)

(1) Includes overseas production; (2) Includes kits for overseas assembly;
(3) Excludes kits from Japan

The figures stated above are based on judgments and assumptions using currently available information and other factors. There is no guarantee that actual results will be as projected in view of the uncertainties involved in the judgments and assumptions, as well as possible fluctuations resulting from changes in domestic and overseas conditions.

About Toyota

Supported by people around the world, Toyota Motor Corporation (TSE: 7203; NYSE: TM), has endeavored since its establishment in 1937 to serve society by creating better products. As of the end of March 2012, Toyota conducts its business worldwide with 50 overseas manufacturing companies in 27 countries and regions. Toyota's vehicles are sold in more than 160 countries and regions. For more information, please visit www.toyota-global.com.



Source: Toyota

Contact:
Toyota Motor Corporation
Corporate Communications Department
Public Affairs Division
Tel: +81-3-3817-9150


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