Automobile manufacturer Daihatsu Motor Corporation is considering resuming production of some vehicle models from the 4th of next month at its Shiga factory in Ryuo-cho, Shiga Prefecture, which had suspended operations due to issues surrounding fraudulent acquisition of national certification. I made it clear that I was doing it. On the other hand, the company has announced that production will be suspended until the 15th of next month for vehicle models that are still being ordered to stop shipping.

Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd. suspended operations at four of its domestic automobile factories in December last year due to issues with fraudulent acquisition of national certification, but the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism ordered them to suspend shipments after confirming compliance with standards. We are resuming production of the vehicle models that have been lifted.

Under these circumstances, Daihatsu announced on the 16th that it will be shipping three models next month: the Rocky gasoline-powered model, the Toyota Motor Corporation brand Rise gasoline-powered vehicle, and the Subaru brand Rex, for which the suspension of shipments has been lifted. The company announced that it is coordinating with parts manufacturers and dealers to resume production at its Shiga factory from the 4th onwards.

Daihatsu resumed production of some car models at its Kyoto Plant on the 12th of this month, and plans to resume production of some car models at its subsidiary Daihatsu Kyushu's Oita Plant on the 26th of this month.

Meanwhile, the company also announced that production of vehicle models for which the government's order to suspend shipments has not been lifted will be suspended until at least the 15th of next month, and there remains no prospect of a full resumption of production. I am.