Toyota said its total historical sales of vehicles powered by electricity and gasoline reached 5 million units through March 31.
TOKYO (Reuters) -- Toyota Motor Corp.'s headquarters was raided by police over the arrest of the company's new communications chief, Julie Hamp, for the alleged illegal import of painkillers, the Asahi newspaper reported today.
"We will continue to cooperate fully with the investigation," Toyota said in a statement. "We are refraining from commenting on any related matters while the investigation is still ongoing."
Toyota President Akio Toyoda apologized on Friday after Hamp, 55, an American and Toyota's first senior female executive, was arrested on suspicion of illegally bringing pain killers into Japan just two months after her appointment.
Toyoda also expressed support for Hamp, saying the company was confident the investigation would show she had not intended to break any laws.
Hamp told police she brought the drugs into Japan to treat pain in her knees, Kyodo News reported earlier today.