TOCHIGI, JAPAN – The jointly developed rear-wheel-drive sports cars due next year from Toyota and Subaru bring together two very different auto makers. Toyota is Japan’s largest car company and in recent years has held the top spot in world sales. Subaru, which is expecting 300,000 U.S. deliveries for 2011, is one of the world’s smallest OEMs. Toyota holds a 16.5% stake in Subaru and builds the Camry at Subaru’s Lafayette, IN, plant for the U.S. market, while ...

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