Two Japanese carmakers foster collaboration. After a decision to jointly developed all-wheel-drive BEVs, they have recently concluded one more agreement.
No details have been revealed yet, except for Toyota’s announcement that both models will be rear-wheel-drive and fully new, developed from scratch, so to say.
An average production cycle takes 7-8 years, so, given the current-generation models arrived in 2012, expect the next second-gen cars in late 2020.
Toyota also enlarged its share in Subaru by 3.17%. Its overall ownership in Subaru amounts 20% now. The both will continue widening and developing their long-term partnership.