Where do Toyota Tundras come from?
We built a map of all the Toyota Tundra suppliers we could find. Just so we're clear, this information is fairly hard to come by. We're pretty sure that most suppliers don't spend the time to share their production facility information on the web. In any case, we've used what we could find to give you an idea of where all the parts on the new Tundra come from.
Here's what we learned:
- Most parts of most new vehicles come from just a handful of suppliers.
- The Tundra's domestic parts content is 75% -- and that means most of the parts are made in the US by US suppliers. We found a few things that come from Mexico and Japan, but not much.
- Most, but not all, automotive suppliers have terrible websites.
- After searching and reading press releases for 20 minutes trying to figure out WHAT US plant produces wire connectors, it's best to just guess or give up.
- There are literally hundreds of thousands of jobs that depend on people buying cars, Toyota and otherwise. So go buy a new car -- you're helping to feed thousands of workers.
This isn't a complete list -- Toyota doesn't publish this information, so you have to find out the old fashioned way. If you find any errors, or if you work for a supplier that makes parts for the new Tundra, Contact Us with your company's name, address, and the part(s) made, and we'll add it to the map.