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Toyota plans to lift FY2022 global output 22% to record 11 mil units

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Thank God! I was worried.

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Bad news given that it has also be reported that: Toyota ranked worst among global carmakers for decarbonisation

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That’s exactly why we need to combat global warming, more cars and less trees. It really feels like in “don’t look up”!

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We don't need more cars lining up in car dealerships. No one can afford cars with how over priced they are right now so expect similar sales despite an increase of production. Supply only what is being demanded.

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That’s exactly why we need to combat global warming, more cars and less trees. It really feels like in “don’t look up”!

Shipping containers produce more greenhouse gas emissions than some small countries. According to The Essential Daily Briefing: “It has been estimated that just one of these container ships, the length of around six football pitches, can produce the same amount of pollution as 50 million cars.

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Unfortunate that the 3rd world countries continue to receive the brunt of these whitegoods on wheels.

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Bad news given that it has also be reported that: Toyota ranked worst among global carmakers for decarbonisation

In all due fariness to Toyota, it should be noted that it was Greenpeace's automaker decarbonization ranking.

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not surprise for me at all.

Toyota line up fits all and cars are high quality and wanted o market worldwide.

good luck guys.

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Fantastic news.

The world has never been hungrier for Toyota vehicles - the waiting lists are long. Not surprising : they are the worlds best vehicles, after all.

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