SAN ANTONIO, TX – The JLC cattle ranch, established in 1794, will never be the same. Stretching over 2,000 acres (809 ha) on a flat, barren plain some 15 miles (24 km) south of what now is downtown San Antonio, the old ranch by 2006 will begin production as Toyota Motor Corp.’s sixth North American assembly plant. Road to Texas Tundra goes through what is now JLC Ranch, south of San Antonio. But it’s not just any plant. As Toyota continues its inexorable drive to conquer ...

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