Toyota Motor Corp. is considering adding a production line to its assembly plant in Princeton, IN, in order to boost North American output to 1.5 million units annually. The automaker also says it could expand its factory in Cambridge, Ont., but the Princeton option is favored among Toyota executives, according to Japanese press reports. The extra capacity reportedly would be used for a Toyota sport/utility vehicle, subcompact or coupe — even a Lexus model is a possibility. The Princeton ...
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