CLE ELUM, WA – With public opinion recovering from last year’s unintended-acceleration debacle, North American production back on track following Japan’s March 11 earthquake and a slew of new models on the horizon, Toyota’s mojo has returned, says a top company official. “There’s an energy coming back in the company – it’s been a tough 36 months – (that) we haven’t felt for awhile,” Bob Carter, group vice president and general manager of the Toyota Div. in the U.S. tells Ward’s here in an ...
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