NEW YORK – Scion Vice President Jim Farley says there are no plans currently to produce the brand’s youth-centric models at Toyota Motor Corp. assembly plants in North America. “Our philosophy as a company is always to produce where you sell. It’s a philosophy. But I think it’s a little too early to decide that one way or the other,” says Farley, speaking to the media here at the New York auto show. Scion tC Farley says because the Scion brand, with three Japanese-built models in ...

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