SAN ANTONIO, TX – Not a shovel of earth has been moved on the site of Toyota Motor Corp.’s next automotive plant, slated to open on the outskirts of San Antonio in 2006, but officials already are angling for a Phase Two. Attorney Manuel Pelaez, the first employee of Toyota Motor Mfg. Texas Inc., says that while there are no concrete plans for a second phase, a doubling of the current planned footprint, constructed to build the next-generation Tundra fullsize pickup, would be ideal. That ...

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