Toyota passes 1.55 million mark for North American production
The largest chunk of the 1.55 million vehicles produced in North America by Toyota last year was comprised of the Camry, of which 356,497 units were built. The Tacoma played the smallest part with only 23,670 units being assembled at Toyota Motor Manufacturing de Baja California.
Toyota has become a literal Japanese juggernaut and projects that by 2008 it will have the capacity in North America to build 1.81 million vehicles, 1.44 million engines and 600,000 automatic transmissions. The company directly employs 38,000 workers and pumps $26 billion into purchasing parts, materials, goods and services from North American suppliers.
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