BANGKOK – Toyota Thailand unveils new versions of its Hilux pickup truck and Fortuner SUV to the global media at Impact Arena here this week. Both vehicles are the fruits of the auto maker’s International Multipurpose Vehicle program, launched in 2004 to create an optimized manufacturing system and integrated supply chain for use both domestically and in the global markets. For the last five years, the Hilux Vigo, as it is called in Thailand, has been the country’s best-selling vehicle, ...
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