DETROIT – Toyota Motor Corp.’s Lexus division may build some of its hybrid-powered RX 330 cross/utility vehicles in Canada when production begins next year. Lexus Group Vice President and General Manager Denny Clements tells Ward's that while the decision isn’t final, it’s likely the environment-friendly CUV will be produced at both plants that are slated to build the standard RX 330 – Toyota Motor Mfg. Inc. in Cambridge, Ont., Canada, and in Japan. Lexus may build its next hybrid ...

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