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Toyota’s U.S. branch announced April 28 it would invest $803 million more in its Princeton, Indiana location to build two new SUVs there. The money, Toyota says, will be used to prepare the factory for the new vehicles and train the expected 1,400 new employees to produce them. Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana, currently employees 7,296 people, and Toyota says the 23-year-old plant has received $5.8 billion in investments so far.
In a statement, Toyota said the new SUVs would be “electrified” and touted their role towards the company’s long-term carbon-neutral goals, but did not specify if the vehicles would be battery-operated or hybrid models.
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