Because there is still some perception that toyoDUH vehicles are somehow better than the competition and that ain't the case.
Because the styling of said toyoDUH vehicles pretty much stinks and is boring. I know that they're working on it though...
And, because about 80% of their profits were driven by currency valuation vs. real core automotive operations.
Lastly, all the litigation that toyoDUH will be undergoing for quite a period of time probably is not factored into these result.
We'll see. I know that profits mean a LOT. I'm interested in exactly how much was attributable to real automotive operations (not currency stuff, not financing, etc. although these can indeed "count").