DETROIT — Toyota Motor Corp. announces plans to build a new engine plant in Huntsville, AL, where it will produce V-8 engines for the Tundra full-size pickup. The 4.7L DOHC V-8 engine also powers the automaker's new Sequoia full-size sport/utility vehicle, although Alabama production initially will be dedicated to the Tundra. Toyota is considering the possibility of expanding capacity to supply engines for the Sequoia as well, but no decision has been made. The Tundra/Sequoia V-8 ...

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