’14 Tundra has Michigan-based chief engineer.
Toyota will invest $28 million to expand its powertrain research and development operations at its Ann Arbor, MI, technical center. Bob Carter, senior vice president-automotive operations for Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., is set to make the announcement this afternoon in a speech at the Automotive Press Assn. in Detroit. Toyota spokesman Curt McAllister says the investment will add about 60 new jobs at the tech center, which now employs 1,150 people. In his prepared speech, released ...
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