Our geographic positioning at the logistical center of U.S. population
combined with lower business costs, lower taxes and a skilled
workforce make Indiana one of the most attractive places in
the world for the auto industry.
SIA Lafayette is the world’s only factory producing.
Toyota and Subaru vehicles under one roof.
General Motors’ Fort Wayne Assembly is the most
productive truck assembly plant in North America.
Indiana ranks as the No. 1 state in the nation
in terms of the total share of manufacturing,
according to the 2010 Conexus Manufacturing
and Logistics Report Card.
Toyota globally consolidated its Highlander hybrid
production from Japan to its Indiana facility,
including production of one of the Hoosier
State’s first hybrid vehicles.
OVER 100 YEARS OF AUTOMOTIVE EXPERTISE
Motor vehicle manufacturing has been a cornerstone of Indiana’s economy and the state’s leading manufacturing sector since 1893, when an Indiana inventor designed a motorized "horseless carriage." Today we’re home to more than 700 global automotive-related companies which employ more than 130,000 workers