Toyota Motor Corp. is examining the possibility of dedicating excess North American capacity to export production. “It’s kind of a focus item for us right now,” Toyota’s U.S. manufacturing spokesman Mike Goss tells Ward’s, adding the slow-selling Toyota Tundra fullsize pickup and Sequoia large SUV are the two vehicles being considered for export. Toyota assembles the Tundra at plants in San Antonio, TX, and Princeton, IN. The auto maker announced July 10 it would shift all production of ...

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