As with Volkswagen in the Philippines, sales dropped precipitously as the Japanese brands took maintain. By 1980, the domestically developed Mitra project had come to an finish as had assembly of the Beetle and the Typ 181 . Volkswagen replaced this on their Indonesian assembly traces with the Brazilian-made Volkswagen Combi Clipper. This remained Volkswagen’s single mannequin on supply in Indonesia till the middle of the 1980s. By 1986, Volkswagens were no longer out there in Indonesia, after 13,162 Volkswagens had been assembled between 1976 and 1985. Toyota and the Astra Group remains dominant in Indonesia, with their market share historically hovering from 35 to 50 p.c.
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- In 2014, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation introduced to build an MMC-owned plant in Indonesia.