TOKYO — Toyota Motor Corp.'s Will Vi concept car, shown at the auto show here in October, will hit the Japanese market in production form in January. The Will is the first model spawned from Toyota's Virtual Venture Co., the marketing group formed to find ways to draw younger buyers into Toyota showrooms. The Will, targeted at women in their 20s and 30s, is a tiny 4-door, 5-passenger sedan that resembles a chiseled version of the VW Beetle. It has industrial-design styling cues, with ...
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