Subaru manufactures its vehicles out of two manufacturing plants. One plant is located in Tokyo, Japan and the other located at its overseas headquarters in Lafayette, Indiana.
The Subaru Headquarters in Tokyo, Japan was the sole manufacturing plant until 1987 when automakers Subaru and Isuzu began a joint-venture manufacturing vehicles in Lafayette, Indiana. In 2002, Isuzu suffered financial hardships that allowed Subaru to purchase the rest of the manufacturing plant for its own use. Since then, production in the Indiana plant has seen a huge boost, where they currently manufacture the Subaru Legacy, Outback and Camry. In 2009, Subaru of Indiana produced its three millionth vehicle, and 2014 saw over 420,000 Subarus sold.