• A blue 2019 Toyota C-HR.
    Toyota Motor North America Reports March 2019 Sales
    Toyota Motor North America today reported March 2019 sales of 214,947 vehicles, an increase of 0.1 percent on a daily selling rate basis and a decrease of 3.5 percent on a volume basis versus March 2018.
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    Toyota Solidifies Its Substantial and Growing Investment in U.S.
    The company announced it will exceed its 2017 pledge to invest $10 billion over five years with a new commitment to reach nearly $13 billion over the same period.
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  • One of the first 2018 Toyota Camry vehicles produced at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc., (TMMK) rolls off the production line in June 2018. The new Camry will be available in five grades: L, LE, XLE, SE and XSE. Vehicles will begin arriving at dealers in late summer.
    Toyota Production in North America Nearly 2 Million in 2018
    In 2018, Toyota built 1,935,230 vehicles at its North American vehicle assembly plants. Since 1986, Toyota's total vehicle production in North America has reached more than 38 million.
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  • Toyota's 8.79-megawatt solar array at our Plano headquarters campus produces about one-third of daily electric needs for the campus. It is the largest on-site corporate solar installation among non-utility companies in Texas.
    Toyota Releases 2018 North American Environmental Report
    In the recently published 2018 North American Environmental Report, Toyota outlines positive impacts made across North America.
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  • A Nightshade Edition Toyota Camry in a moodily lit warehouse.
    Camry and Highlander to Get Nightshade Special Edition
    The 2019 Camry and Highlander will both get Nightshade Special Edition packages that offer sporty styling with black accents, guaranteed to stand out with the sun up or down.
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  • Students at Harrison County High School in Cynthiana, Kentucky, work on a CAD program as part of the FAME Career Pathway.
    Career Pathway in Kentucky Named Leading "Benchmark" Program for U.S.
    A national model for STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) career pathways in Cynthiana, Kentucky, is bulldozing the obstacles girls face for a career in manufacturing.
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