Toyota is set to reclaim the title of world’s largest automaker in 2012 after ceding the title to General Motors last year.
General Motors and Volkswagen will be battling for second place as the year winds down, with the auto industry as a whole heading for a record year. In total, over 80 million cars and trucks will have been produced in 2012.
While final numbers won’t be in until the new year, Toyota is out in front while gap of less than one percent separates GM and VW’s sales, making the fight for second place too close to call.
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