Toyota and Subaru have agreed to
jointly develop an EV platform for midsize and large passenger vehicles as well
as a C-segment-class electric SUV for sale under each company’s own brand. The
companies hope to combine their respective strengths, like Subaru’s much-lauded
AWD system and Toyota’s
This isn’t the first time the automakers have worked together. In 2012, Toyota and Subaru co-developed the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ, as well as Subaru’s Crosstrek Hybrid.