NEWBERG, OR – Discussions about moving Lexus production to North America are taking on a sense of urgency, a top brand official tells WardsAuto. "We're probably having more serious conversations now than I've seen in the last 22 years," Mark Templin, group vice president and general manager for Lexus in the U.S., says in an interview during a media event here. The strength of the yen is prompting Toyota’s luxury brand to consider building additional models ...

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