Where Will Toyota Motor Go Next?
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Toyota Motor is a Japan-based company mainly engaged in the automobile business and financial business. The company operates through three business segments: Automobile, Finance, and Others. Through its segments, Toyota Motor designs, manufactures, and sells vehicles as well as related parts and accessories; offers financial services related to the sale of its products; and is involved in the design, manufacture, and sale of housing, information, and communication businesses. Vehicles and related products are seeing increased innovation and Toyota Motor is at the head of this trend. Toyota has been dominating the competition and has been first to provide new technologies so look for the company to continue innovating.
Toyota is still the world’s largest car manufacturer by volume, according to January-through-September sales data released by the Japanese automaker. Toyota beat out rivals General Motors (NYSE:GM) and Volkswagen (VLKAY.PK). Toyota’s strong sales in the U.S. pushed the automaker to unload 7.412 million vehicles in the year to date. General Motors came in second, with 7.25 million vehicles, and Volkswagen sold 7.03 million cars.