Toyota Motor Corporation has made adjustments to production operations of plants for completed vehicles in Japan which includes new generation Land Cruiser and other models due to the situation such as parts shortage resulting from the spread of COVID-19 in Southeast Asia. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience caused to our customers and suppliers due to these changes.
Q1. Are the affected parts mainly semiconductors?
Q2. How many units (of vehicles) in Japan will be affected by this production suspension?
<Affected vehicles in Japan (August): Approx.36,000 units>
9,000 units (Announced on July 16), 1,800 units (Announced on July 22),
5,000 units (Announced on July 29, 20,000 units (Announced today)
Q3. Will this impact any overseas plants?
We would like to refrain from commenting the breakdown by country or model.
SQ1. Was there any impact on overseas factories before September?
SA. There was an impact in each region or country, such as the Malaysian factory being closed from June 1 due to the lockdown.
Q4. What is the forecast after October?
Q5. Will this impact deliveries?
Q6. What is your recovery plan?
Q7. Are there any technical issues with the 2022 Land Cruiser which result in production delay?