Toyota beefing up powertrain engineering at Ann Arbor tech center

  • 06-Sep-2013 03:07 EDT

Toyota engineers prepare a vehicle for anechoic chamber testing at the company's Ann Arbor technical center.

Toyota has announced it will invest more than $28 million to expand powertrain operations at its technical center in Ann Arbor, MI. The expansion will support design, evaluation, and calibration on new engine and transmission projects. The company also will hire 60 engineers and technicians for the Ann Arbor facility as part of its previously announced plan to add 100 technical staff over the next five years throughout Toyota Technical Center, a unit of Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing that has several locations in the U.S. 

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