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Toyota To Make Hybrid Camrys in U.S. in Second Half of 2006

May 03, 2005

TOKYO, JAPANNikkei News reports that Toyota has decided to start building the long-expected gasoline-electric hybrid version of the Camry in the U.S. sometime in the second half of 2006, according to a report by the Green Car Congress on April 26. According to the report, the new hybrid model will initially be made at the Kentucky plant (which manufactures the gasoline versions). Toyota will begin assembling the Prius in China beginning this autumn, and may also consider manufacturing the Prius in the U.S. in 2007.
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