The current chip crisis isn’t taking any hostages, and like the rest of the automakers out there, Toyota has found itself in a position where it needs to make adjustments to curb the effects of the lack of chips.

In March, the Japanese giant announced it would halt production in one of its domestic plants, going offline for eight days due to a lack of semiconductors. It also made plans to cut global production by 150,000 in April.

On Tuesday, the bZ4X automaker announced that it would cut global production again by about 100,000 to about 850,000 units in June, due to the elusive microchips. However, the automaker did not change its estimate of producing about 9.7 million units worldwide by March 2023.

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Toyota Plans For More Production Cuts In June

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