Toyota Motor Corp. begins selling its Voltz model, targeted at the youth market, in Japan on Aug. 20. The Voltz, built at Toyota’s New United Motor Mfg. Inc. (NUMMI) joint venture plant with General Motors Corp. in Fremont, CA, and imported to Japan, aims "to establish a new genre of vehicle that boasts SUV flair, fun-to-drive attributes and station wagon-like utility," says Voltz chief engineer Takeshi Yoshida. Toyota and GM co-designed the vehicle, which is the twin to GM’s Pontiac ...
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