Toyota stock update

November 10, 2021

Toyota has been working closely with their global production team to understand the impact on Australia and to support our customers and have announced that production for impacted models has increased and we will start to see greater volumes of stock become more available in the coming months.

“Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) is forecasting improved production in November at its Japanese plants due to the easing of COVID-19 restrictions in Southeast Asia.

The recovery includes confirmation that production of right-hand-drive LandCruiser 300 variants for Australia will resume next month.

TMC is now expecting to build between 850,000 and 900,000 vehicles across all models next month, compared with a November record of 830,000 vehicles produced last year.”

Toyota Australia Vice President Sales, Marketing and Franchise Operations Sean Hanley said the latest update was welcome news.

“We are optimistic that the all-new LandCruiser will start arriving at local dealerships in Australia in December, with retail launch timing to be confirmed,” Mr Hanley said.

“Together with our parent company, we are doing everything we can to get customers into their new Toyota vehicles as soon as possible, whether it’s the all-new LandCruiser or any other model that is in high demand,” he said.

“We apologise to customers experiencing delays and we sincerely thank them for their patience. We ask our customers to please contact their local dealer for updates on the status of their individual orders.”