SAN ANTONIO – Toyota Motor Corp. President Katsuaki Watanabe and Honorary Chairman Shoichiro Toyoda make rare public appearances in the U.S. today, as the auto maker officially opens its new $1.28 billion truck assembly plant here. “(The new Tundra) is built in America for Americans,” Watanabe says. The ’07 Toyota Tundra is the auto maker’s third attempt at creating a fullsize pickup truck. Although the Japanese auto maker has a scant 5% of the overall fullsize pickup segment in the ...
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