Lucky number 5 million was a Toyota Sequoia.
Toyota's Princeton, Indiana production facility hit a major milestone on Thursday, producing its 5-millionth vehicle.
Opened in 1998, the Indiana facility is now responsible for putting more than 5 million Toyota vehicles on the road. Vehicle number 5 million to roll off the line was a Toyota Sequoia Platinum.
"This milestone is a great testament to the men and women at Toyota Indiana," said plant president Millie Marshall. "Our team members have met every challenge and continue to build incredible vehicles for our customers in a safe and efficient way."
Running with a staff of about 5,100 people, Toyota's Indiana plat builds just over 400,000 vehicles per year. In addition to making the Sequoia, the plant is also responsible for the production of the Toyota Sienna, Highlander and Highlander Hybrid.