is a U.S. Community Partner
Toyota directly employs more than 63,000 people in North America who have contributed to the design, engineering, and assembly of nearly 45 million cars and trucks at its 13 manufacturing plants.
By 2025, Toyota’s 14th plant in North Carolina will begin to manufacture automotive batteries for electrified vehicles.
With more electrified vehicles on the road than any other automaker, Toyota currently offers 24 electrified options.
A new truck rolls off the line every 60 seconds at Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Texas. This efficiency and speed are a result of hard work and dedication from “Team Texas” — comprised of 3,800+ employees who assemble Tundras and Sequoias, as well as the more than 20 on-site suppliers that employ an additional 5,600 people.
Toyota Indiana celebrated the start of production of the first-ever Grand Highlander, an all-new three row SUV. In 2021, Toyota announced an $803 million investment in Indiana to produce two all-new SUV’s. First up, the 2024 Grand Highlander, featuring the latest technology, a spacious, adult-sized third row, and plenty of cargo space for family adventures.
Next, is the introduction of the all new Lexus SUVs.
The Toyota USA Foundation announced Driving Possibilities grants of up to $11.1 million to prepare students for future science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers. Driving Possibilities focuses on PreK-12 education to ensure all students have access to rewarding careers, including opportunities in the auto industry. The initial funds will provide access to quality PreK education, resources to support student mental health, multi-language learning, and hands-on STEM programs for students and teachers.)
Through the Start Your Impossible campaign, Toyota highlights the way it partners with community, civic, academic and governmental organizations to address society’s most pressing mobility challenges. Toyota believes that when people are free to move, anything is possible.