Toyota Motor Corp. says it will increase North American production capacity this year by 18%, to 1.48 million units, up from 1.25 million in 2002. Toyota will add a second production line at its Princeton, IN, plant to build more of its Sequoia SUV, reports Reuters. It also will increase production output at its Cambridge, Ont., plant, which builds the Corolla, Matrix and new Lexus RX 330 cross/utility vehicle. In 2005, Toyota will begin assembling its Tacoma pickup truck at a new plant ...

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