Toyota keen to attract new partners

Article by Christian Andrei, on June 5, 2012

It’s not a secret anymore that the Toyota/Subaru GT-86/BRZ was well received by the public, right? It appears that this partnership opened Toyota’s eyes to the benefits of collaborating with other car manufacturers. These words came from Tetsuya Tada, Toyota’s GT86 development chief, according to Autocar.

For those who don’t know, this isn’t Toyota’s first partnership as the Japanese manufacturer also worked with PSA Peugeot-Citroë on the Aygo/107/C1.

Now that PSA entered a partnership with GM, Toyota also wants a new partner. Tetsuya Tada said that the Japanese firm wants to attract fresh partners if it believes that it can jointly produce something exceptional. Still, Toyota is currently working on a convertible version of the GT86 with Subaru.

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