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Oct 19, 2021

On October 18, Toyota announced that it will establish a new company and invest USD 1.29 billion to build an automotive battery plant together with Toyota Tsusho in the U.S.
Aiming to start production in 2025, the project will result in the creation of 1,750 new jobs, and is part of approximately the USD 3.4 billion (JPY 380 billion) Toyota will invest in automotive batteries in the U. S. through 2030.
Part of the new company’s activities will include helping Toyota to further develop and expand its local supply chain and production knowledge related to lithium-ion automotive batteries.
The venture will first focus on producing batteries for hybrid electric vehicles.
Further details of the project, including details on a site, production capacity, and business structure will be shared at a future time.
Today’s announcement is part of a global total of approximately USD 13.5 billion (JPY 1.5 trillion) that Toyota has set aside for investment in battery development and production.

(Toyota press release on October 18, 2021)

Oct 19, 2021

On October 18, Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Alabama (TMMAL) celebrated the first of Toyota’s latest engine products for the all-new 2022 Tundra to come off the production line.
The standard i-FORCE 3.5L twin-turbo produces up to 389 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque.
The i-FORCE MAX powertrain boasts 437 hp and 583 lb-ft of torque, making it the most powerful engine in the Toyota line-up.
Toyota’s new twin-turbo V6 engine line was part of a USD 288 million investment that also added 450 new jobs, boosting the plant’s total employment to 1,800.
Completion of this project marked the fifth expansion at Toyota Alabama in Huntsville, with total cumulative investment of USD 1.2 billion.
The V6 Turbo line will produce a new engine every 58 seconds, with a capacity to build 18,000 engines each month.
These additional engines push the total capacity for Toyota Alabama engine production to up to 900,000 engines per year.
The all-new 2022 Tundra goes on sale later in 2021.

(Toyota press release on October 18, 2021)

Oct 19, 2021

On October 18, Stellantis and LG Energy Solution announced that their companies have entered into a memorandum of understanding to form a joint venture to produce battery cells and modules for North America.
The parties intend that the JV will establish a new battery manufacturing facility that will help power Stellantis’ goal of realizing more than 40% of its sales in the U.S. comprised of electrified vehicles by 2030.
Targeted to start by the first quarter of 2024, the plant aims to have an annual production capacity of 40 gigawatt hours.
Batteries produced at the new facility will be supplied to Stellantis assembly plants throughout the U.S., Canada and Mexico for installation in next-generation electric vehicles ranging from plug-in hybrids to full battery electric vehicles.
The location of the new facility is currently under review and further details will be shared at a later date.
The groundbreaking for the facility is expected to take place in the second quarter of 2022.

(Stellantis press release on October 18, 2021)