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Apparently, Fuji Heavy Industries' Japanese plants are pretty much maxed out, leaving their Lafayette, IN plant as the the only facility where production isn't wheezing along at a clip that'd nearly burst a locomotive's boiler. Of course, they are tooling up out there to crank out 100,000 Camrys a year, so how much additional capacity for production of Imprezas, Legacies and their bretheren can they have? Probably not enough to bring back a proper BRAT, which is rather sad, because the Baja was a wholly lame substitute. [Thanks to Scott for the tip.]

Daniels: Subaru eyes more capacity [Journal and Courier]

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Toyota and Subaru Form Alliance [Internal]