Japanese automaker Toyota on Monday said it was suspending operations at all its domestic plants for a day after a cyberattack at a parts supplier was reported.
The world’s best-selling automaker said in a statement, “Due to a system failure at a supplier in Japan, we have suspended operations of 28 lines at all 14 domestic plants on 1 March (for both the first and second shifts). has decided.” ,
She told AFP that the stoppage, which will last for a day, will affect production of 13,000 vehicles, with the situation to be re-assessed on Tuesday.
Toyota has already been forced to adjust production targets due to supply chain issues related to the pandemic and the global chip crisis.
In other Toyota-related news, the company said it is work now With Japan’s space agency on a vehicle to explore the lunar surface, with the ambition to help people Moon go live by 2040 and then Mars planet,
The vehicle being developed with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency is called the Lunar Cruiser, a name paying homage to the Toyota Land Cruiser sport utility vehicle. Its launch is scheduled for the end of 2020.
The vehicle is based on the idea that people eat, work, sleep and communicate with others safely in cars, and the same can be done in outer space, said the head of the Lunar Cruiser project at Toyota Motor. Takao Sato said.
“We see space as a field for our once-in-a-century change. Going into space, we may be able to develop telecommunications and other technology that will prove valuable to human life,” said Sato. said.
For details on the latest Nokia, Samsung, Lenovo, and other products launched from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, visit our MWC 2022 Hub,