Toyota net profit soars in Q3, hikes full-year outlook

Publish February 11, 2021

TOKYO: Toyota said on Wednesday that net profit soared 50 per cent in the third quarter and upgraded its full-year forecasts as the global auto industry gradually recovers from the pandemic.
The world’s top carmaker made 838.7 billion yen ($8.0 billion) in the three months to December, compared with 559.3 billion yen a year earlier, it said as it revised up full-year forecasts for the second straight quarter.
Toyota said it saw net profit at 1.90 trillion yen for the fiscal year to March, compared with its earlier estimate of 1.42 trillion yen.
Sales are now seen at 26.5 trillion yen, compared with the 26.0 trillion yen previously forecast.
The firm last year overtook Volkswagen as the world’s top carmaker for the first time in five years.


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