/2018 Toyota Camry Production Begins in Kentucky

2018 Toyota Camry Production Begins in Kentucky

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Only about a week after it was introduced to the world, the new 2018 Toyota Camry starts production at the company’s American plant in Georgetown, Kentucky. That means pretty soon you will see the 2018 Camry in all its various models on the roads. So it you are planning to upgrade the family car you best hold on a few more weeks. 

Built on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA), a completely new strategy to the way the company designs, engineers, and manufactures its vehicles, the 2018 Toyota Camry promises even greater levels of fuel efficiency, more responsive handling, and a more stable, comfortable feel while driving than its predecessors. But you will be glad to know the car is also properly exciting to look at this time, and that it has an interior that seems to be built by Lexus engineers. All in all, the new Camry is a very good effort, one that will cement its position as America’s best selling family car.

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The new Toyota Camry’s production has added 700 new jobs to the Kentucky plant, bringing the total number of employees to an all-time high of over 8,000. That is not surprising when you realize this plant has made over the past 31 years 11 million vehicles including 8 million Camrys.

“The launch of the next-generation Camry is important for Toyota in America, and expands the company’s footprint in and commitment to Kentucky,” said Wil James, president, TMMK. “We are proud to be the first in North America to produce a vehicle with TNGA. It’s a testament to the skill and dedication of our team members.”

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