New York, New York – Toyota has announced plans to export Camry sedans, built in the U.S., to its distributor in South Korea.
The company estimates that it will initially send approximately 6,000 vehicles to South Korea annually.
The cars will be produced at Toyota’s plant in Georgetown, Kentucky, which is its largest manufacturing facility outside of Japan. It is the first time the U.S.-assembled Camry will be exported outside of North America. The vehicles are scheduled to arrive overseas beginning in January.
Toyota also began exporting the Indiana-built Sienna minivan to South Korea last month.