Toyota Motor Corp. addresses the colossal U.S. truck market and its own need for more capacity with today’s announcement it will build an $800 million pickup truck plant in San Antonio, TX. New Texas plant will build the next Tundra. The No.1 Japanese auto maker plans to produce 150,000 next-generation Tundra pickups annually at the plant, which will be its sixth in North America. The next-generation truck reportedly will be larger, in order to better compete against the ...
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