Toyota and Subaru have high hopes for its new sporty rear-drive boxer engine. Today’s intentions have been reported to produce 100,000 units per year between brands model Subaru, Toyota and Scion. All three models are assembled in the same Japanese factory, owned by FHI (Fuji Heavy Industries, parent company of Subaru).
The truth is that while the situation is the sales figures are quite optimistic despite the adjusted price of the car. Toyota claims to have about 7000 Subaru reserves while conforms to 2500. The estimated monthly production to achieve the goals is 5000 units, with the possibility of increasing it by any chance if demand were important.