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Next Toyota GT86 and Subaru BRZ Will Be Made Jointly

Two Japanese carmakers foster collaboration. After a decision to jointly developed all-wheel-drive BEVs, they have recently concluded one more agreement.

It concerns new generations of the Toyota GT86 and the Subaru BRZ. The companies revised their partnership for the next decade and agreed to build mentioned sport cars together.

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.

2017 Toyota GT86 sports car
Current Toyota GT86

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.

2017 Subaru BRZ
Current Subaru BRZ

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.

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