TOCHIGI, JAPAN – Subaru’s BRZ rear-wheel-drive coupe unveiled at the Tokyo auto show this week is just the first of the new vehicles to be jointly developed with Toyota, which owns a share in the auto maker. “We feel the need to expand collaboration projects in the future, because we’re already invested in (our) Ohta (assembly plant),” Toshio Masuda, senior project general manager-BRZ, tells WardsAuto during a media preview of the car here. Toyota styled both the BRZ and its own ...

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