Toyota targets 10 million units for 2014
Toyota remains the world's number 1
Toyota sold more than 6 million hybrids
Auto sales in the country jumped 4 percent in 2013
Toyota was the automaker has sold more vehicles worldwide last year, for the second year in a row.
The Japanese automaker precise selling 9.98 million vehicles in 2013, 2 percent more than in 2012.
Sales of General Motors (GM) have about them a total of 9.71 million vehicles and those of Volkswagen, 9500000.
Toyota hopes to sell this year more than 10 million vehicles, never before seen in the history of the automobile.
Toyota seems to have recovered well from the effects of the tsunami that swept over part of the eastern coast of Japan in March 2011. Damages caused by the lethal flood had greatly affected the production of vehicles and manufacture of parts by sub suppliers.
General Motors dominates global sales of vehicles for seven decades before being supplanted by Toyota in 2008. GM briefly regained its lead before losing again in 2012.
In 2013, Toyota sold nearly 2.24 million vehicles in the United States, 7 percent more than in 2012. In China, sales were up 9 percent a year, 917,000 vehicles.
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