Toyota Motor North America

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Toyota Motor North America
Founded 1957
Headquarters Plano, Texas
Key people
Jim Lentz, CEO
Products Toyota and Lexus products marketed in the United States market
Website www.toyota.com

Toyota Motor North America, Inc. is a holding company of sales and manufacturing subsidiaries of Toyota Motor Corp. in the United States.[1] Its services include government and regulatory affairs, energy, economic research, philanthropy, corporate advertising and corporate communications. The company is headquartered in Plano, TX with an additional offices in Torrance, CA, Georgetown, KY, Washington, District Of Columbia, Ann Arbor, MI, New York City, NY and other regional offices.[citation needed] Toyota Motor North America, Inc. operates as a wholly owned subsidiary of Toyota Motor Corporation.

After the destruction of Hurricane Harvey in August 2017, Toyota Motor North America, announced a collaboration with Toyota Financial Services, The Friedkin Group, Gulf States Toyota and Toyota and Lexus dealers nationwide to offer a combined relief effort of more than $3 million to relief organizations, including SBP, a disaster relief organization based in New Orleans.[2]

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Toyota Engineering Center entrance in York Charter Township
Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor Township

The Toyota Technical Center is in York Charter Township, Michigan, near Ann Arbor,[3] and Saline. Toyota also has a facility in Ann Arbor Township.[4]

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  1. ^ "Toyota Motor North America, Inc.: Private Company Information - Bloomberg". investing.businessweek.com. Retrieved 19 April 2018. 
  2. ^ "Toyota Motor North America collaborates with Toyota Financial Services, The Friedkin Group, Gulf States Toyota and Toyota and Lexus dealers". Auto Business News. August 31, 2017. 
  3. ^ Allen, Jeremy. "Toyota expanding Ann Arbor-area facility as company relocates U.S. headquarters to Texas" (Archive). MLive. April 28, 2014. Retrieved on September 13, 2014.
  4. ^ Freed, Ben. "Toyota's North American CEO moves office to Ann Arbor area technical center" (Archive). The Ann Arbor News. Friday June 28, 2013. Retrieved on September 13, 2014.