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Jan 13, 2023

On January 12, Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) showcases an array of advanced electrified and green alternate fuel technologies with a direction to carbon neutrality and a greener future range of products and technologies at the Auto Expo 2023.
It exhibited the new Innova Hycross powered by a 5th generation self-charging strong hybrid electric system with TNGA 2.0 Litre 4-cylinder gasoline engine, the Urban Cruiser Hyryder which comes with self-charging strong hybrid electric vehicle (SHEV) technology, the Vellfire which is equipped with a 2.5-liter gasoline hybrid engine and coupled with dual motors; and the Camry Hybrid.
Other exhibits also included pure electric (BEV) Vehicles like the bZ4X, the first model to use the new e-TNGA electric vehicle architecture developed in collaboration with Subaru. Hydrogen-based vehicles like Mirai fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV), Corolla Cross H2 Concept, duel cell system module and other electrified vehicle (xEV) technology vehicles like Prius plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV).

Based on Toyota India's press release

Dec 02, 2022

U.S. new vehicle sales of 1,138,169 units for the month of November represented a decrease of 4.0% from October 2022, and an increase of 11.3% from one year ago in November 2021 when supply chains restricted production.
There were 25 selling days in November 2022, one more than the 24 selling days in November 2021.
November’s passenger car sales increased 25.3% to 251,891 units, resulting in a 22.1% market share, while SUV and truck sales increased 7.8% to 866,278 units, resulting in a 77.9% market share.
Light vehicle seasonally adjusted annualized sales (SAAR) for November 2022 was 14.39 million units versus 13.19 million units a year ago.
With its vehicle inventories improved since last year, General Motors monthly sales rose 40.5%, but Stellantis sales fell 13.3%, and Ford sales decreased 7.9%.
Tesla sales increased 17.8% from last November to 43,453 units, giving it a market share of 3.8% in the U.S.
EV startup Rivian sales were up 1,170.3% to 2,223 vehicles in November, Karma sales were down 37.5% to 5 units, Polestar sales were up 196.5% from the same month last year to 922 vehicles, and Lucid Motors sales were up 82.7% to 380 units.
Among Japanese companies, Toyota sales were up 10.1%, Nissan sales were up 4.3%,
Honda sales were down 6.1%, Subaru sales were up 51.7%, and Mazda sales were up 30.6%.
Hyundai sales were up 38.4%, and Kia sales were up 25.1%.
Among German companies, VW sales were down 20.8%, Mercedes-Benz sales were up 17.4% and BMW sales were up 17.1%.
Jaguar Land Rover sales were up 24.3% from last November, while Volvo Car sales increased 20.4%.
The best-selling models in November 2022 were:
1. Ford F-Series (down 8.7% from November 2021)
2. Chevrolet Silverado (up 17.7%)
3. Ram pickups (down 26.8%)
4. Toyota RAV4 (down 16.4%)
5. Toyota Camry (up 33.4%)
6. GMC Sierra (up 18.9%)
7. Toyota Tacoma (up 10.9%)
8. Tesla Model Y (down 1.5%)
9. Toyota Highlander (up 0.5%)
10. Honda CR-V (down 4.9%)

(from Autodata results posted December 1, 2022)

Nov 02, 2022

U.S. new vehicle sales of 1,185,280 units for the month of October represented an increase of 6.0% from September 2022, and an increase of 11.5% from one year ago in October 2021 when supply chains were restricting production.
There were 26 selling days in October 2022, one less than the 27 selling days in October 2021.
October’s passenger car sales increased 20.2% to 248,121 units, resulting in a 20.9% market share, while SUV and truck sales increased 9.5% to 937,159 units, resulting in a 79.1% market share.
Light vehicle seasonally adjusted annualized sales (SAAR) for October 2022 was 15.28 million units versus 13.39 million units a year ago.
With its vehicle inventories greatly improved since last year, General Motors monthly sales rose 52.5%, however Stellantis sales fell 13.2%, and Ford sales decreased 10.1%.
Tesla sales increased 38.8% from last October to 43,198 units, giving it a market share of 3.7% in the U.S.
EV startup Rivian sales were up 1,260.9% to 2,123 vehicles in October, Karma sold 8 units, Polestar sales were up 64.6% from the same month last year to 907 vehicles, and Lucid Motors sold 217 electric vehicles,
Among Japanese companies, Toyota sales were up 26.9%, Nissan sales were up 10.8%,
Honda sales were down 16.0%, Subaru sales were up 31.9%, and Mazda sales were up 29.7%.
Hyundai sales were up 4.7%, and Kia sales were up 11.9%.
Among German companies, VW sales were down 13.2%, Mercedes-Benz sales were up 38.2% and BMW sales were up 14.6%.
Jaguar Land Rover sales were up 23.9% from last October, while Volvo Car sales increased 8.9%.
The best-selling models in October 2022 were:
  1. Ford F-Series (down 17.4% from October 2021)
  2. Chevrolet Silverado (up 31.7%)
  3. Toyota RAV4 (up 35.3%)
  4. Ram pickups (down 21.7%)
  5. Toyota Camry (up 68.0%)
  6. GMC Sierra (up 17.7%)
  7. Toyota Tacoma (up 48.7%)
  8. Honda CR-V (down 19.2%
  9. Tesla Model Y (up 16.1%)
 10. Nissan Rogue (up 25.2%)

(from Autodata results posted November 1, 2022)

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