EVs account for nearly a third of Toyota's September sales

EVs account for nearly a third of Toyota’s September sales

September 2023 sales of electrified vehicles totaled 64,298, representing 31.5% of total monthly sales for the company.

Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) reported US September 2023 sales of 203,904 vehicles, up 13.9% on a volume basis and up 9.5% on a daily selling rate (DSR) basis compared to September 2022. September 2023 sales of electrified vehicles totaled 64,298, representing 31.5% of total monthly sales, the company said. Meanwhile, Q3 electrified vehicle sales totaled 184,666, representing 31.3% of total year-to-date sales.

“With the introduction of several electrified vehicles including the all-new Toyota Grand Highlander hybrid, Toyota Corolla Cross hybrid, Toyota Prius, and the Lexus RX plug-in hybrid, customers now have 26 Toyota and Lexus electrified vehicle options to choose from, the most among any automaker,” Jack Hollis, executive vice president, Sales, TMNA, said.

Toyota also said its division sales were up 12.9% in September, while the Lexus luxury division saw a 20.9% surge. Both groups benefited from high levels of EV interest, Toyota said. Toyota division’s electrified vehicle sales for the month increased 88.2%, reaching an EV share of 27.9% of division volume. Lexus division saw EV sales leap 84% in September, hitting 28.7% share of its total sales.

For more information about Toyota’s Q3 sales results, click here.

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