Coming in at 20th is Daihatsu, part of the Toyota Group. It was a world player years ago but has steadily been pulled back to the point it is now only sold in Asia. I guess that it overlaps with Toyota cars anyway to a large degree and marketing small vehicles profitably is a challenge.
Daihatsu cars are also made by a Malaysian firm Perodua and are very popular in that nation. Just under 200,000 of them rolled off the production line in 2014. I don't add them to the Daihatsu figure as Daihatsu are a minority shareholder, so they are made under licence by Perodua. The combined the total would pass Mitsubishi's worldwide total, which shows how popular the big D is in Asia. It doesn't even rely on China to help its production numbers.
Daihatsu is a very reliable car make too, so a shame they have pulled out of so many markets. I bought a new one ten years ago and the salesman said it would only need routine servicing, they don't break down. I thought he exaggerated, but it hasn't had one problem in that decade. Mechanical simplicity is part of the reason.
Data source: OICA.