Consolidated Statement of Income
Consolidated Automobile Unit Sales by Region
Consolidated Automobile Unit Sales by Models
No. of Complete Cars Production
Combined domestic and overseas unit sales thus increased by 2 thousand units (0.2%) from the previous fiscal year to 1,067 thousand units, and net sales increased by ¥82.9 billion (2.6%) to ¥3,234.9 billion. Segment income decreased by ¥36.2 billion (9.1%) from the previous fiscal year to ¥361.5 billion.
As to industry total automobile demand in Japan, compared with the previous fiscal year, passenger cars remained steady year-on-year while minicars increased to 5.197 million units (an increase of 2.3% from the previous fiscal year). Domestic sales of minicars decreased from the previous fiscal year, but passenger cars remained strong amid led by all-new SUBARU XV, resulting in sales increasing by 5 thousand units (2.8%) from the previous fiscal year to 163 thousand units.
Overseas, which is a priority market for us, unit sales stayed strong in the United States, reaching a record high for the ninth consecutive fiscal year. However, total unit sales decreased by 2 thousand units (0.2%) year-on-year to 903 thousand units, due to the decrease in unit sales in China owing to fierce competition.
Deliveries to the Japan Ministry of Defense saw sales increase from the previous fiscal year mainly with development under way in earnest based on a contract for the new multi-purpose helicopter UH-X.
Sales to the commercial sector also increased from the previous fiscal year with the growth in production of Boeing 787 aircraft covering for the decline in production of Boeing 777 aircraft.
As a result, overall sales increased by ¥3.4 billion (2.5%) from the previous fiscal year to ¥142.2 billion. Segment income increased by ¥3.2 billion (34.7%) from the previous fiscal year to ¥12.3 billion.
Net sales decreased by ¥7.1 billion (20.1%) from the previous fiscal year to ¥28.2 billion. Segment income also increased by ¥1.6 billion (44.2%) from the previous fiscal year to ¥5.1 billion.