The Toyota Camry remains the best-selling car in North America.
The current 8th generation Camry is as popular as ever.
Success comes in many shapes. In Toyota’s case, the Camry’s design and performance have pleased millions of North Americans over the previous decades. Success is also a product of the impact an automaker has on the surrounding community. With the 10 millionth Camry now assembled, Toyota is committed to building 10 million more.
The Kentucky plant has received multiple investments totaling more than $1.5 billion since 2017. This is a drop in the bucket compared to the $13 billion Toyota is investing in its North American manufacturing operations from 2017 to 2021. Relatedly, the Georgetown campus represents employs approximately 10,000 Kentuckians.
“It gives us a great sense of pride to imagine where our 10 million Camrys have carried people over the years,” said Susan Elkington, president of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky (TMMK). “This is a great opportunity for our team to celebrate the successes of the past 35 years and look forward to what the next 35 years will bring as we continue our drive to make mobility for all a reality.”