Vladimír Urbánek (Kurzy.cz)
Markets  |  December 17, 2012 14:28:41

Toyota this year will return to the automotive throne. Total global sales for the first time more than 80 million cars


According to LMC Automotive estimates of global vehicle sales this year for the first time surpass the 80 million, while robust demand growth in the U.S. and Japan makes up a strong European slump.
The world leader, according to LMC returns this year Japan's Toyota, which has recovered from the devastating tsunami in 2011. The second and third place it deal the German VW and deposed as leader of the American GM. By the end of 3Q led Toyota to 7.4 million vehicles compared to GM's 6.95 million and 6.9 million for the German VW.

All three automakers have made a substantial benefit from more ongoing sales growth in the U.S.. It is estimated that local sales will grow in the next year. If that happens, it will be the longest (4 years) market growth in a row since the end of World War II.

Toyota also helps high growth of the domestic Japanese automotive market, which for the first 11 months of this year grew by 31% year on year. In the American market, Toyota's sales grow by 29% this year, the domestic Japanese market, then even by 41%.

German VW greatly successful in China, who grow its sales by 20%. Leadership automaker has said that this year will likely break the record of last year when the automaker sold worldwide total 8.36 million cars. Sales in the U.S. this year, rising for 11 months by 31%. According to analysts, is currently at German carmaker probably best if you have an unprecedented financial and technological resources. Analysts estimate that in the next year, the sale of the German company might call the level of Toyota in 2014 and exceed it.The main argument is also strong position of VW in the Chinese market, which will continue to grow in importance.

American GM is brewing on the 12th growth quarter in a row. Global sales will probably be the best since 2007. For the first nine months increased sales are down by 2.5%. The U.S. market for 11 months, then grew by 3.5% in Č9ně by 10%. European sales fell by 12.5%.


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