Toyota Motor Mfg. North America says it will invest an additional $50 million at its San Antonio plant currently under construction. The additional funds will go toward expanding capacity by 50,000 units. Toyota originally stated it would produce 150,000 of its next-generation Tundra pickup trucks at San Antonio. Toyota’s total investment in San Antonio now is $850 million. The plant is scheduled to begin production of the Tundra late next year. Toyota Tundra “We have been ...

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