• Toyota Turns Compost Into Cars
    Toyota Georgetown will soon begin generating electricity from methane, a byproduct of trash decomposition at the nearby Central Kentucky Landfill.
    Environment    Learn more   
  • For 740+ Kentucky Veterans, Toyota is a Great Place to Call Home
    As part of one of the first National Guard units from Kentucky to deploy in Operation Desert Storm, Sgt. Tony Hendrichs wasn’t quite sure what to expect while serving his country overseas. But one thing he could expect was a job to come home to.
    Veterans    Learn more   
  • Toyota and Lexus Post Best-Ever October Sales
    Toyota reported October 2015 sales of 204,045 units, an increase of 13 percent on a volume basis. With one more selling day in October 2015 than in October 2014, sales were up 9.0 percent on a daily selling rate basis.
    Sales    Learn more   
  • My Old Kentucky Homecoming: U.S. Lexus Production Begins in the Bluegrass State
    Today at a ceremony fit for a luxury brand king, the first-ever U.S.-produced ES 350 was unveiled before several thousand proud team members in Georgetown.
    Lexus    Learn more   
  • 2016 Toyota Avalon: Hushed and Plush,
    and Made in Kentucky
    The Toyota Avalon has for 20 years set the benchmark for the premium midsize sedan category. For 2016, the Avalon continues to set the pace by introducing a new choice for customers: Two unique suspensions.
    Avalon    Learn more   
  • Toyota Remains Most Valuable Global Automotive Brand According to Interbrand
    Toyota once again earned the title of the most valuable automotive brand in the world, according to Interbrand's 2015 "Best Global Brands" annual report.
    Toyota    Learn more   
  • Toyota Division Remains Retail Sales Leader in Third Quarter
    Toyota reported September sales of 194,399 units, an increase of 16.2 percent from 2014 on a volume basis. Camry sales were up 21 percent for the month.
    Sales    Learn more   

The TMMK Visitor Center and Tours

TMMK Visitors Center

Starting December 9, 2015, tours will be temporarily unavailable while our Visitor Center is closed for renovation. We look forward to reopening and resuming tours after the New Year. Stop by in 2016 to see our new look!