All Your Car Sales Are Belong To Us: ToMoCo Leaks Plan For 15% Of Global Sales

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For so long supporters of the #1 super best automaker from the land of the rising sun has been talking big about how ToMoCo wasn't worried about grabbing a higher global market share — for Toyota, it was all about making the best products. Well, guess what — the boys and girls from Toyota City got a bit leaky over the weekend. A super top secret memo for global automotive domination accidentally leaked out to the Journal that shows the automaker, like Anakin, is moving closer and closer to the dark side, with a new goal of 15% of the global automotive market — a "boom" in production of 36% globally. Yay, a 36% increase in the world's supply of vanilla.


Toyota Races to Rev Up Production For a Boom in Emerging Markets (sub. req.) [WSJ]

Breaking Yesterday! Try Not To Smack Your Head On The Low Bar Of October Sales Expectations [internal]


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i was wondering what was up with that art at first.

But like Mccauller, that's exactly how I feel about tomoco, and oddly, not how I feel about Honda or Nissan. Their vehicles are fine and all, but I'd rather have a vintage FJ than the retro modern, already over, vehicle that bears a similar name. Vanilla indeed.

Although, the other day I passed a quad cab Tundra and thought...that would be a better tow vehicle than the Pilot, I could actually go with an enclosed trailer if I had that thing.