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- The companies most in favor of localization were the large Chinese firms like the Liem Group and PT Astra Motor.
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Currently Toyota Astra Motor’s production is carried out by PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia , which consists of the erstwhile PT Multi-Astra as well as PT Toyota Mobilindo . Most cars sold in Indonesia were originally European in origins; In the 1950s, the most popular cars were Morris and Austin. Japanese imports commenced on a small scale in 1959 with the Mitsubishi Jupiter truck, but by the 1970s this had changed considerably as the Japanese took an ever-growing share of the market. Japanese cars was first imported by the government in 1961 as a fleet for cooperative across Indonesia. The main reason the Toyota was picked is its low price compared to the nominated Land Rover. Budi, the founder of Nasmoco Toyota dealership network in Central Java bought a Toyopet Tiara from an importer in Jakarta.
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The success of the Kijang was helpful for TAM as the Crown, Mark II, Land Cruiser, and Corona GL were all struggling in the market place in the first half of the 1980s. In 2014, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation announced to build an MMC-owned plant in Indonesia. On 24 March 2015, the construction of a new manufacturing plant in Cikarang, West Java was started. The plant was designed with a maximum production capacity of 160,000 vehicles per year. PT Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Indonesia, owned 51% by MMC was established to operate the plant.
In the 1970s and 1980s, PT Daihatsu Indonesia were distributing Daihatsus while assembly was carried out by Gaya Motor – both companies were located in Sunter, Jakarta. Gaya Motor was a general assembler and also built Peugeot and Renault automobiles in the early 1980s. Daihatsu’s Hijet was very popular in Indonesia, especially after the larger one-litre engine from Automotive the Charade was introduced – one out of eight four-wheeled vehicles built in Indonesia in 1983 was a Hijet. From 1969, the National Plan for Industrial Development was aimed at substituting imports in all areas of manufacture. A series of laws were enacted in the following years to create this situation, affecting passenger cars as well as commercial vehicles.
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In 1998, PT MIM went bankrupt in the midst of Southeast Asian financial crisis and the plant in Tambun was sold to Suzuki. The second challenge for global automotive industry is disruption of technology, for example autonomous vehicle or self-driving vehicle, and online taxi application including Gojek and Grab. With the existing of autonomous cars, we might have to redefine a car, the President said.