Toyota may build hybrid Camrys in Indiana

According to the Indianapolis Star, Toyota is in the advanced stages of talks with the Indiana state government about adding a Camry assembly line to the Subaru plant in Lafayette, possibly to make the new hybrid version. The new venture would add 1,000 jobs to the 2,300-person factory.
When Toyota picked up an 8.7 percent stake in Subaru parent company Fuji Heavy late last year after GM pulled out, there was widespread speculation that Toyota would take advantage of the underutilized Indiana plant to boost U.S. production. The plant originally housed both Subaru and Isuzu, but has been half-empty since Isuzu moved out.

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