JOHANNESBURG – Toyota South Africa plans to double annual production capacity to 200,000 vehicles and launch exports to Europe. The first phase of the expansion plan will see the construction of a new paint plant, expected to cost $600 million. Toyota South Africa will export Hilux pickups to Europe. Kunio Komada, managing director Africa and Europe for parent Toyota Motor Corp., says Toyota SA will begin exporting unnamed SUVs and Hilux pickups to Europe and the rest of Africa. ...

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