Fiat Brazil shows off the Toro small pickup truck, available in either front-wheel drive or 4x4, with a 138-hp gas engine or a 170-hp diesel, and auto or manual transmissions.
There are milestones, and then there are milestones. Last week, Fiat's Brazilian division celebrated the big mamma: 10 million vehicles produced. The Italian automaker has been building cars and light trucks in Brazil for over 30 years, and today Fiat Automóveis holds a 25.5% market share, making Fiat the largest automaker in Brazil and Brazil the largest foreign market for Fiat.
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