Toyota Motor has for the first time overtaken General Motors as the US’s top-selling car company, prompted largely by the chip shortage, The Wall Street Journal reported.
The Japanese carmaker, which for decades has worked to expand its presence in North America, sold 2.3 million vehicles in the US, outselling GM by roughly 114,000 vehicles.
Read the full report: The Wall Street Journal.
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