Toyota is Global Hybrid Leader with Sales of 7 Million

December 23 2016, Belleville Toyota

Toyota is Global Hybrid Leader with Sales of 7 Million

Recent million-unit milestone achieved in record time


TORONTO, ON., (Oct. 14, 2014) – Toyota Motor Corporation announced today global hybrid sales surpassed the 7 million unit mark in September. Toyota achieved this latest million-unit hybrid milestone at the record pace of nine months. 

Including hybrid vehicles launched this year, Toyota will introduce a total of 15 new hybrids globally through 2015. Hybrids launched this year comprise the Lexus Voxy Hybrid and Noah Hybrid in Japan only (January), and the Lexus NX 300h (December). This month Toyota will introduce the Lexus RC 300h. Toyota plans to continue expanding its hybrid lineup and increase the number of countries and regions where it sells hybrid vehicles.

Today Toyota sells 27 different hybrid passenger car models and one plug-in hybrid model in more than 90 countries and regions. In Canada, Toyota and Lexus offer 11 hybrid models and one plug-in model. In fact, more than three quarters of all the hybrids sold in Canada since 2000 came from Toyota and Lexus. In August, Toyota Canada achieved the milestone of selling 100,000 hybrids in Canada.

By achieving global mass-market appeal, Toyota hybrids have created a significant positive impact in gasoline consumed and emissions generated by driving. To date, Toyota hybrid vehicles have resulted in approximately 49 million fewer tons* of CO2emissions and saved 4.75B gallons of gasoline than would have been emitted or used by gasoline-powered vehicles of similar size and driving performance. In Canada alone, Toyota and Lexus hybrids have saved Canadians almost 260 million litres of fuel and helped avoid over 600,000 tonnes of C02 emissions.

Although Toyota provides consumers a portfolio of options, including pure electrics and a fuel cell that will go in sale in summer 2015, hybrids will remain its core technology. Toyota therefore plans to continue working to enhance performance, reduce costs and expand its product lineup to create vehicles popular with consumers.

*1Number of registered vehicles × distance traveled × fuel efficiency (actual fuel efficiency in each country) × CO2 conversion factor 

Toyota Hybrid Vehicle Sales*Based on TMC data (Unit = 1,000 vehicles)


Global



Japan

North America

Europe

1997

0.3

0.3

1998

17.6

17.6

1999

15.2

15.2

2000

19.0

12.5

5.8

0.7

2001

36.9

18.5

16.0

2.3

2002

41.3

20.0

20.3

0.8

2003

53.3

27.2

24.9

0.9

2004

134.7

68.7

55.9

8.1

2005

234.9

58.5

150.0

23.4

2006

312.5

72.4

197.6

36.0

2007

429.4

82.0

287.8

49.0

2008

429.7

104.4

255.0

57.8

2009

530.1

251.1

205.3

54.7

2010

690.2

392.2

195.9

70.2

2011

629.0

316.4

185.1

82.8

2012

1219.1

678.0

344.7

106.9

2013

1279.2

679.1

358.2

152.9

Jan-Sep 2014

980.3

534.9

256.2

125.9

TOTAL

7053.0

3349.1

2558.6

772.3

*Global figures contain sales from markets other than Japan, North America and Europe

Cumulative Sales of TMC Hybrid Passenger Vehicles*1(Unit = 1,000 vehicles)


Global



Japan

North America

Europe

Prius

3360.4

1489.7

1504.9

273.8

Prius á, Prius v, Prius

498.0

350.2

116.8

27.0

Aqua, Prius c

853.8

711.6

116.7

Camry Hybrid

474.9

41.8

329.2

Alphard Hybrid*2

49.4

47.7

Auris Hybrid

181.1

175.3

Yaris Hybrid

118.1

115.3

Avalon Hybrid

30.7

30.6

Highlander Hybrid, Kluger Hybrid*3

141.9

3.4

136.7

Vellfire Hybrid

20.5

20.5

Sai

84.7

84.7

Estima Hybrid

110.1

110.0

Crown Hybrid

101.0

101.0

Harrier Hybrid

40.8

40.8

Crown Mild Hybrid*4

6.5

6.5

Crown Majesta (hybrid only)

7.2

7.2

Corolla Axio Hybrid

21.6

21.6

Corolla Fielder Hybrid

57.1

57.1

Voxy Hybrid

32.2

32.2

Noah Hybrid

22.9

22.9

Lexus LS 600h/LS 600hL

37.7

25.4

3.0

4.6

Lexus GS 450h/GS 300h

45.2

17.4

7.0

14.2

Lexus RX 400h/RX 450h

305.2

30.5

152.7

90.1

Lexus HS 250h

64.1

41.7

22.3

Lexus CT 200h

207.6

45.0

65.5

49.0

Lexus ES 300h

74.7

36.2

0.4

Lexus IS 300h

32.9

14.8

13.1

Lexus NX 300h

3.0

1.8

0.5

Prius PHV

65.3

19.1

37.0

9.1

1Global figures contain sales from markets other than Japan, North America and Europe; Figures as of September 30, 2014 and based on Toyota data; *2Production ceased in 2008 and production of a new model started in 2011; *3Kluger Hybrid (for the Japanese market) production ceased in 2007; *4Crown Royal production ceased in 2003, Crown Sedan production ceased in 2008

Contact Us

Other Articles That May Interest You

2019 Toyota RAV4: the best-selling SUV gets even better +

January 30 2019,

2019 Toyota RAV4: the best-selling SUV gets even better

Toyota has always distinguished itself from its competition by offering reliable, comfortable and efficient vehicles that emphasize efficiency and refinement. This personality has served the Japanese manufacturer very well, but in the last few years Toyota has been trying to inject an added touch of sportiness to the models in its range. The best example is the 2019 Toyota RAV4. The RAV4 has... Read more
The first reviews of the 2019 Toyota RAV4 are out +

December 30 2018,

The first reviews of the 2019 Toyota RAV4 are out

The 2019 Toyota RAV4 will be one of the most important models to hit the road next year. Already for sale, the RAV4 tops the list of best-selling SUVs in Canada and things can only get better from here. Let’s have a look at the brand-new 2019 RAV4 by checking out some early reviews. There are plenty of reasons why the RAV4 has edged out the Camry and Corolla when it comes to sales for the... Read more