DETROIT – It was not just the designers and engineers who sought improvements over the last model in developing the all-new sixth-generation Toyota Camry, but the manufacturing side as well. Toyota Motor Corp.’s desire for kaizen, or continuous improvement, in every step of the vehicle-development and assembly process is world-famous. By bringing together representatives from all eight of the new Camry’s production locations, which includes – for the first time – China and Russia, Toyota ...
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