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GM and Ford hang by their fingertips off the edge of a cliff. Toyota is standing above them playing "This little piggy went to market." The soon-to-be-largest-automaker-in-the-world has just dropped a $5-billion investment into the one major product segment in the U.S. car market it has yet to dominate, according to "Automobile" magazine. That investment is called the Tundra.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

GM and Ford hang by their fingertips off the edge of a cliff. Toyota is standing above them playing "This little piggy went to market."

The soon-to-be-largest-automaker-in-the-world has just dropped a $5-billion investment into the one major product segment in the U.S. car market it has yet to dominate, according to "Automobile" magazine. That investment is called the Tundra.

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