Engineer swap: Toyota and Subaru get their swing on
Toyota, with its magnificent manufacturing system and hybrid technology, has plenty to offer, but Subaru has its world-renown AWD system in its war chest. The fruits of the union of Toyota and Subaru are just now coming to light, as the Camry is now being produced in Subaru's Indiana plant, which adds another 100,000 units to Toyota's vanilla-mobile, and Subaru gets the economy of scale that comes with a fully-utilized plant.
We can tell Toyota and Subaru have been collaborating, mostly because the new Impreza looks like a slightly better-looking Corolla. Lets hope that somehow the guys and girls from Aichi Japan can figure out how to put some of the driving spirit in the Legacy and WRX into future Toyotas.
[Source: Wards Auto]
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