At the recent Texas state fair preview, Toyota rolled out two prototypes of its 2007 Tundra pickup truck, which will be assembled in its new billion-dollar truck plant in San Antonio. Toyota has constructed a new truck plant in San Antonio to produce the 2007 Tundra. Its original projections were that the plant would amount to an investment of $850 million and create 2,000 new jobs. The plant has attracted more suppliers than anticipated from other states to build facilities on Toyota’s site, and as a result, the total investment on the site has grown to well more than $1 billion and 4,100 new jobs. When it goes on sale next February, the new 2007 Toyota Tundra will be available in 31 different models, with three engine choices — a 4.0L V-6; a 4.7L V-8; and an all-new, 5.7L V-8. The truck boasts a towing capacity of more than 10,000 lbs. The new Double Cab long bed truck has an eight-foot bed and a 165-inch wheelbase. The longest Tundra model, it is suitable for carrying a crew of six, plus cargo. The Regular Cab long bed has extra storage space behind the driver’s seat. The Regular Cab is available in a standard grade that includes heavy-duty, vinyl flooring and content targeted specifically for work-related use.