buying Next-Gen Toyota Tacoma, 4Runner Will Share Hilux’s Global Platform: Report
Toyota triumphs in Monza
Toyota also triumphs at the third race of the WEC season 2021, which is 6 hours from Monza, and stands out against the Alpine. © Provided by sport1.de Toyota triumphed in Monza Toyota has also triumphed at the third race of the WEC season 2021, 6 hours from Monza, and prevailed against the Alpine. It was the first time that the subscriber field for a 6-hour race in the high-speed temple of Monza.
Now that the details of theladder frame have been revealed, Toyota is apparently back at work refining another new platform, this time for small trucks.
, this includes the virtually indestructible ( ) Hilux pickup, which was edged out in the U.S. market by the Tacoma in the 1990s and is wildly popular in other parts of the world. The Hilux's siblings Tacoma and 4Runner will reportedly be hitching a ride on the upcoming platform as well.
Brake Problem Ade: Catchinghouse with Unusual Solution
© Motorsport Images The Catch House 007 LMH had to fight in Monza with high brake wear "We could have gained the race without the braking change." - This insight makes the furing house team before the 24 hours of Le Mans courage. James "Jim" gallenhaus explains opposite 'motorsport-total.com' that a solution was found for the 24 hours by Le Mans. However, at one point that has nothing to do with the brake. "We have better isolated the exhaust to shield it from the back brakes.
, and this appears to be part of a sweeping strategy to unify Toyota's most popular trucks and SUVs for economies of scale, practicality, and quality. There has been some speculation that Toyota will put all of its trucks on one platform, especially since the Taco and Tundra are made in the same plant in Texas and it would be more efficient for them to start with the same foundation.
, says that he and a group of more than 40 engineers met up in Japan to create a new platform when they were building the Tundra. They reviewed all of the facets of the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) F series, which underpins the brand's full-size SUV and full-size pickup truck body-on-frame vehicles. This includes the F0, F1, and F2 platforms with the goal of creating flexibility to adapt its modularity across the board and make room for a wide variety of powertrains.
2022 Toyota Corolla Cross Aims for Mass Appeal
Toyota doubles down on the Corolla's popularity by reshaping it into a subcompact SUV. You may question whether Toyota needed yet another crossover, given that the automaker already sells seven SUV models in the U.S. But Toyota believes there is space for the Corolla Cross between the smaller and funkier C-HR and the larger and top-selling RAV4. Toyota is hoping that the space between the RAV4 and C-HR will be good for 100,000 annual sales. To hit that target, the Corolla Cross offers things that the C-HR lacks: an inoffensive design, decent cargo space, and optional all-wheel drive.
"There was a lot of discussion on how to run the best parts," Sweers told me at a Tundra look-see near the company's headquarters in Plano, Texas. "It was a Herculean task to get these together."
Whether Toyota will take the lessons the engineering team learned and build on them for the small-truck platform remains to be seen. If I'm reading the tea leaves properly, Toyota will continue to move toward more consolidation of its platforms, which will help the brand improve the ride for its trucks and SUVs across the lineup., because while it's a stellar off-roading star as it is, it's time to give it a leg up.
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