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Toyota Camry in Central Region

Toyota Camry in Central Region
Toyota Camry in Central Region

Toyota and other Toyota suppliers make up more than 25 percent of the U.S. automotive market. Ford Motor Company and Honda Motor start with Toyota’s U.S. headquarters in Los Angeles, and as Toyota builds more than 40 factories along the west coast and in California, Toyota and other automakers start with Ford’s headquarters in Indianapolis.

While Toyota and others have used technology to improve their vehicles, Toyota is not so good at adapting to customers’ needs. As a result, its vehicles need to be more robust, cheaper, more comfortable and less fuel-efficient than competitors.

To address these challenges, Toyota and other Toyota suppliers build more and more factories along the West Coast, according to a Toyota Technology Analysis published to a U.S. federal jury in 2010. The results of Toyota’s analysis were compared with estimates made by the industry group, Automotive Manufacturing Alliance.

“One of Toyota’s greatest challenges as a result of this massive transformation is the problem of labor economics,” said Larry Lacy, a Toyota spokeswoman.
Toyota Camry in Central Region