TOKYO, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp. took a big step on Wednesday towards its goal of creating a global production and supply network by launching a new pickup truck in Thailand, the first model built under the ambitious project. The pickup, called Hilux VIGO, is the first of five models to be developed under the so-called IMV (Innovative International Multipurpose Vehicles) Project, which aims to build vehicles for regions other than Japan and North America by efficiently drawing ...
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