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Ultimate List Of Toyota Stats

With iconic models and years of invention, Toyota goes down in auto history, as a synonym for the Japanese car manufacturing prowess.

Looking for the ultimate list of Toyota stats? You’ve come to the right place!

Toyota History Facts

・In 1957, the Toyota Crown becomes the first passenger car made in Japan to be exported to the United States

・Toyota company headquarters are in Toyota City, an industrial city in Japan.

・In 2012 Toyota was the world’s first car manufacturer to produce more than 10 million vehicles per year, also producing its 200 millionth vehicle.

・The Toyota Prius was the first mass-produced hybrid car, launched by Toyota in 1997.

・Toyota’s pickup truck entered market in 1947, the SB.


Toyota Sales Stats

・Toyota’s second-largest segment is the small SUVs segment. It accounted for 18% of the company’s revenue in 2020.

・In 2020 Toyota sold 9.528 million vehicles globally, owning the title of largest automaker in the world.

・Worldwide number of vehicles sold by Toyota (2021): 10.5M

・Although a Japanese company, the top worldwide market for the Toyota brand is the United States.

・Toyota sells more than 40 hybrid vehicle models around the world.



Toyota Company Stats

・Toyota Motor Corporation produces vehicles under five brands: Daihatsu, Hino, Lexus, Ranz and Toyota.

・Worldwide market share by revenue category: Toyota takes the lead with 10.62% market share, followed by Ford (7.3%) and Nissan (6.7%).

・Toyota’s global value: 27 billion dollars

・In 2002, Toyota began a development and demonstration program to test a hybrid hydrogen fuel cell vehicle, the Toyota FCHV.

・In 2015, Toyota released 5,600 patents for free use to promote global development of hydrogen fuel-cell technology.



Toyota Models Stats

・As of 2009, Toyota officially sells approximately 70 different models.

・From January 2020, Toyota Motor Corporation has sold 44 Toyota and Lexus hybrid passenger car models in over 90 countries and regions.

・The best-selling SUV in 2021 was the Toyota RAV4, leading with 1.03 million sales.

・In 2020, an estimated 649k people owned Toyota Yaris models.

・The Yaris was the most popular Toyota model in Great Britain, followed by the Aygo with 351k owners.

・As of 2021, Toyota has sold 50 million Corollas across twelve vehicle generations. 

・The Corolla is Toyota’s best selling car of all time.

・The Toyota Prius has long been the most successful hybrid on the market: In 2008, Toyota sold nearly 160k Prius hatchbacks, more vehicles than the rest of this 10 best selling hybrids list combined. 


Toyota Future Predictions Stats

・December 2021, Toyota announced it would invest $70 billion in electric vehicles by 2030

・Toyota has pledged to build 3.5 million battery-only electric vehicles per year worldwide by 2030, including cars, pickup trucks, and SUVs.

・Toyota’s luxury brand, Lexus, to be 100 percent electric by the end of the 2030 in the U.S.

・Toyota plan for six zero emission vehicles to be introduced by 2025.