Toyota starting tours of Indiana plant

Toyota will begin offering public tours of its southwestern Indiana factory on Tuesday as part of its new visitors center.

The lobby of the visitors center at the 4,200-worker Princeton plant features a disassembled Toyota Tundra pickup
suspended from the ceiling showing how its 180 parts fit together.

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indiana vice president
Wil James says the company is eager show off the factory and help visitors understand the complexity of auto manufacturing.

Visitors will watch a short film, then board a tram for a 20-minute plant tour to see workers and robots build Siennas,
Highlanders and Sequoias.

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