Toyota Motor Mfg. Alabama Inc. begins V-6 engine production at its Huntsville plant. The engines will be used in California- and Mexico-built Tacoma compact pickup trucks, and in Toyota’s upcoming next-generation Tundra fullsize pickup, to be built in Princeton, IN, and in San Antonio beginning next fall. The plant already turns out V-8s for the currentgeneration Tundra and Sequoia fullsize SUV, both built in Princeton. TMMAL has the capacity to produce 130,000 V-6s annually, as well ...

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