Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. says it produced a record number of cars in the year’s first quarter. The auto maker’s 3,000 workers built 33,631 cars through March, a 22.4% increase over year-ago. Toyota makes the midsize 4-cyl. Camry and large V-6 Aurion at its Melbourne plant for sale in Australia and more than 20 overseas countries. Exports are expected to reach 90,000 units this year, with the largest demand in the Middle East. In Australia, sales of the Camry and Aurion totaled ...

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