Engine producer, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Alabama (TMMAL), employs more than 2,000 team members and builds more than 3,000 engines each day. Producing one-third of Toyota’s engines in the U.S. at its 1.3 million-square-foot facility, TMMAL is the only plant to build four-cylinder, V-6 and twin-turbo under one roof. TMMAL powers popular Toyota vehicles like the Highlander, Sienna, RAV4, Corolla, Corolla Cross, Tundra, Tacoma and Sequoia.

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Manufacturing Plant

Engine Plant

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Engines assembled in 2023


Total Employment

  • Foundation: June 1, 2001, SOP 2003
  • Plant Site: 403 acres in Huntsville, AL
  • Plant Size: 1.3 million square feet
  • Products: Four-cylinder + HEV engines (RAV4, Corolla, Corolla Cross, Highlander, Sienna); 2.4L Turbo + HEV engines (Tacoma); and Twin-turbo V6 + HEV engines (Tundra, Sequoia)
  • Investment: $1.5 billion
  • Fast Facts:
    • A $49 million solar array, in partnership with Huntsville Utilities and Toyota Tsusho, will supply more than 70 percent of the plant's energy needs when completed.
    • Grants of up to $6.7 million to help prepare Huntsville City Schools' students for future careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The grants are part of Toyota's Driving Possibilities initiative and is a five-year phased rollout of programming in select schools.
    • Toyota Alabama produces one-third of all Toyota engines built in the U.S.
    • Only Toyota plant globally to have built 4-cylinder, V6 and V8 engines under one roof.
    • All four production lines produce both combustion and hybrid engines.
  • Investments, Jobs and Production:
    • Eight major investments and six building expansions since groundbreaking in 2001.
    • The latest $222 million investment (April 2022) created a 2.4T engine line for the all-new Tacoma.
    • Only Toyota plant in North America to build the Twin Turbo V6 engine.
  • Environmental Sustainability:
    • Winner of Toyota North America Awards for outstanding energy, waste and water management.
    • Zero landfill facility.
    • ISO14001 certified since 2004.
    • Wildlife Habitat Council Certified since 2014 with four active programs onsite.
    • 3.3-acre solar farm onsite, which produces enough energy to power the plant during non-production.
    • One of two initial model sustainable plants.
    • In 2023, the plant announced a joint project with Toyota Tsusho and Huntsville Utilities to create a 30-megawatt solar array that will reduce the plant's consumption of non-renewable energy by more than 70 percent. The $49 million solar array will be complete in the summer of 2024.
  • Community Involvement:
    • $13 million investment in the local community since 2003.
    • $574,000 invested in 2021.
    • Represented on 19 local nonprofit boards.
    • In 2023, launched Driving Possibilities initiative to support STEM education.
  • Workforce:
    • Our team members represent 18 different counties in Alabama and Tennessee.
    • Supports nearly 10,000 jobs across Alabama.






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