Subaru and Toyota are in talks to halt production of the Toyota Camry sedan at Subaru's Indiana assembly plant, likely timed to the introduction of the nameplate's next generation.

Fuji Heavy Industries Ltd., the parent company that makes Subaru vehicles, has been approached by Toyota about discontinuing Camry production at the Lafayette, Ind., plant, Fuji Heavy spokesman Masashi Uemura confirmed today.

"We have received the offer from Toyota and are now considering it," Uemura said, adding that no decisions have been made.

He said Toyota was sounding out Subaru about the plan. Uemura did not give a timeline for when Camry production would end, but said it would likely be timed with the car's next generation.


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Subaru And Toyota Discuss Ending Camry Production At US Subaru Plant

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