Toyota could announce by the end of the month that it will increase its 2007 global vehicle sales projections to 9.35 million, up a half million vehicles from the global sales expected for 2006, according to the Mainichi newspaper in Japan.What will be extra interesting is 2007 because auto sales in the U.S. are expected (not by us, just some fancy suit dudes) to fall. If we're all buying less, who is going to suffer the most? What are folks hankerin' for? A Toyota or a GM? To be honest, we're still hankerin' for a Dodge Charger. It pains us since a Dodge Charger totally means no free, dirty-hippie lovin'. It probably means a big-haired chick. How is that so bad?
Many analysts have predicted that Toyota will surpass General Motors Corp. next year as the world's No. 1 automaker. GM sold 9.2 million vehicles worldwide in 2005. It has not provided full-year 2006 or 2007 sales forecasts.
That's a snap of a Dodge Charger. Because we have to have one. Have to. Maaaaahm!