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Christopher Bruce2012-06-05 16:49:26

Toyota Considering More Partnerships After GT-86 Success

It is not even on sale worldwide yet, but Toyota already considers the GT 86 success

ToyotaToyotaToyotaJapan, 1937 > present155 models
4668 photos
10 videos
considers its partnership with Subaru on the GT 86GT 86Toyota GT 86Japan, 2012 > present9 photos
/BRZBRZSubaru BRZJapan, 2011 > present7 photos
a success, and it is looking for more partners on future vehicles. 

Toyota is looking for new partners “if we can jointly produce something exceptional," according to Toyota’s GT86 development chief, Tetsuya Tada.

It is already working for Subaru on the convertible version of the GT 86 likely due sometime in late 2013 or early 2014. It is also working with PeugeotPeugeotPeugeotFrance, 1882 > present120 models
4048 photos
7 videos
-CitroënCitroënCitroënFrance, 1919 > present94 models
5546 photos
11 videos
to create the next generation AygoAygo Gen.1Toyota Aygo Gen.1Japan, 2005 > 201454 versions
87 photos
/Citroën C1C1Citroën C1France, 2005 > 201436 versions
83 photos
/Peugeot 107107Peugeot 107France, 2005 > present42 versions
81 photos
.

Toyota partnered with Peugeot-Citroën to create the first generation Aygo triplets and worked with General Motors on the NUMMI factory in California where Toyota built CorollaCorolla Gen.8Toyota Corolla Gen.8Japan, 1995 > 200220 versions
1 photo
and Geo PrizmGeo Prizm LSiUnited States of America, 1993 > present models. 

Source: Autocar

Encyclopedia
ToyotaToyota
GT 86 Gen.1GT 86 Gen.1
GT 86GT 86
Engine
Flat 4
Displacement
122 cu in
Top Speed
143 mph
Transmission
6, Manual
Maximum power
200 hp @ 7000 rpm
Type
Fixed-head coupé
Fuel
Petrol
Fuel consumption (combined)
40.55 US MPG
price
$ 43.396
* based on Germany prices
annual ownership cost
$ 1.904

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