Toyota is sticking with its global sales target for this year.
The Japanese automakers seeks to produce nine-point-three million vehicles despite worries about plant closures and a sluggish market in Japan.
The target is up six percent from the number of vehicles sold last year.
Toyota outpaced General Motors in sales in the first half of the year for the first time ever.
G-M has been the industry's top seller worldwide for more than seven decades. It doesn't give full-year production forecasts. The Detroit automaker sold nine-point-one (m) million vehicles worldwide last year.