Toyota Motor Mfg. North America Inc. clears up some of the mystery surrounding the extra capacity at its Cambridge, Ont., plant, announcing it will build 6,000 Solara convertibles there in 2000. The plant, with capacity for 200,000 vehicles, is building both Corollas and Solara coupes on separate lines. But it's clear the facility has plenty of room for additional product. The Corolla line, which has stated capacity for 120,000 vehicles, built more than 150,000 units in 1998. The Solora ...

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