Volkswagen Group Surpasses Toyota to Become World's Largest Automaker

Everyone wants to be the best, whether it’s the fastest, smartest, strongest or biggest. This is especially true in the automotive world, where brands are always battling for bragging rights.

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Toyota Snags World's Largest Automaker Title for Fourth Consecutive Year

Toyota has captured the title of world’s largest automaker for the fourth year in a row.

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Toyota Remains World's Largest Automaker, But VW Closing Gap

With Toyota in the top spot in terms of global sales, Volkswagen has passed General Motors to take the number two spot. 

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Toyota Moving US Headquarters to Texas

Toyota is believed to be planning to move some of its offices from California to Texas.

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Toyota Keeps World's Largest Automaker Crown

Japan’s largest auto brand has once again captured the coveted title of world’s largest automaker.

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Tesla is Stealing Toyota Buyers

Tesla sales are booming and a portion of it comes courtesy of previous Toyota owners.

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Toyota Beats GM, VW for 2013 Sales Crown

Toyota sold more vehicle than any other major automaker in 2013, moving 9.98 million vehicles. 

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Toyota Division Top 2013 Retail Sales Charts

Toyota (including Lexus and Scion) was the top-selling retail automaker last year, closing 2013 with 2,236,042 vehicles sold.

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Toyota Bumps Up Sales Forcast, On Pace For Largest Profit in Five Years
Toyota now expects to sell 2.63 million vehicles in North America following a strong third quarter of sales where the Japanese automaker outsold Ford Motor Company for the first time in 15 quarters.

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2014 Toyota Corolla Ditches Drab Design, But Will It Sell?

The Toyota Corolla has been the butt of many automotive jokes for the past 15 years. While it’s always been a reliable and affordable vehicle, it’s generally lacked eye-catching style and exciting performance. But maybe, that’s exactly why it was so popular.

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Toyota Profits Forecasted to Be Triple That of GM

Toyota is expected to report $4.5 billion in profits for the quarter ended in June, which would be triple General Motors‘ announcement of $1.4 billion.

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Toyota Holds Over 60 Percent of California's Hybrid Market

Over 60 percent of the hybrids on the road in California sport a Toyota emblem, the Japanese automaker has revealed.

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Toyota Unlikely to Regain 17 Percent Market Share

Toyota doesn’t expect to recapture the 17 percent market share in the U.S. it held four years ago.

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Toyota to Post $13-Billion Annual Operating Profit

A solid sign of Toyota’s recovery, the Japanese automaker is expected to announce a post operating profit of around $13.1 billion for the year.

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Toyota is World's Largest Automaker in First Quarter

Toyota released its first quarter sales numbers today, which sit above both General Motors and Volkswagen, though it is a tight race. 

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