Another automaker, Subaru, has announced it will cut production by several thousand cars this month at its plants in Japan and the United States, citing a global chip shortage.
Subaru did not say how many thousands less cars it would build in January, but said its factories in Japan’s Gunma prefecture would shut down for two days from Friday due to a lack of chips.
Subaru will also cut production at its Indiana plant, and is considering further production cuts in February.
To date, Nissan, Honda, Volkswagen, Ford, Toyota and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles are having problems producing their models due to chip shortages.
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