Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana Fact Sheet

Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana Fact Sheet

Groundbreaking: May 8, 1996

First Vehicle (Tundra): Dec. 10, 1998

Products: Highlander, Highlander Hybrid, Sequoia, Sienna and Sienna Hybrid 

Operations: Stamping, tool & die maintenance, body weld, paint, plastics and vehicle assembly

Team Members: 7,000+

Annual Payroll: $498 million

Plant President: Leah Curry

Location: Princeton, Indiana 

Plant Site: 1,160 acres in Gibson County 

Plant Size: 4.5 million square feet (roughly 80 football fields under roof)

Investment: $5.8 billion

 

2020 Production Volume
301,874 total units produced

Highlander midsize SUV:  171,402 units

Highlander Hybrid midsize SUV:  70,560 units Sequoia full-sized utility vehicle: 7,739 units

Sienna minivan: 32,140 units

Sienna Hybrid minivan: 20,033 units

 

Milestones
Millions of Celebrations

  • 2 millionth Highlander (June 2020)
  • 6 millionth vehicle (June 2020)
  • 30 millionth U.S. vehicle—a Sienna (Feb. 2021)
  • All-new 2021 Sienna Line-off
  • 25 Years in Princeton, Indiana

Exports
38,023 total vehicles exported in 2020

  • Sequoia (5%)
  • Sienna (24%)
  • Highlander (10%)
  • 35 countries & territories

 

2020 Community Involvement

  • $1.9 million donated to area nonprofits
  • 65 local organizations impacted
  • $500,000 in COVID-19 relief grants and
    in-kind donations

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