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Toyota Alabama adds new V-6 engine line after $288 million expansion

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – Toyota today officially marked the completion of a $288 million expansion project at its Alabama engine plant, where it is adding two new V-6 engines to its production lineup.

State and local leaders joined Toyota officials in Huntsville this morning for an event to celebrate the next era of powertrain production at the facility. The all-new hybrid electric powered twin-turbo V6 engine and the gas-powered twin-turbo V6 engine will power the automaker’s redesigned 2022 Tundra pickup.

Today’s milestone coincides with Toyota’s two decades in Alabama.

“Our team members in Alabama recognize the confidence and trust Toyota places in us since we are the only plant selected to build engines for the all-new Tundra,” said Jason Puckett, president of Toyota Alabama.

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