Subaru Cosworth is to take over Toyota’s Cayman Crossover and Cayman Hybrid


Toyota has been busy with the launch of its next-generation Cayman, the new Cayman Concept.

The latest model to be unveiled at the Japanese automaker’s Tokyo event is the new, refreshed Cayman Convertible, which will be available from March 2021.

The model is set to be priced between ¥1.5-1.8 million ($22,000-$38,000).

Its biggest selling point is its hybrid powertrain, which is capable of driving a maximum of 100 kilometers (62 miles) on a single charge.

The new Caymans have also been getting a new look thanks to the arrival of the new Hatchback hatchback.

Its a bit more compact, but not much, with a smaller wheelbase.

The hatchback is also the first model to offer rear seats, as well as the first to have a rear spoiler.

The design is a combination of a sports car with a hatchback, with the hatchback being the front passenger.

A new rear bumper and grille have been added to the vehicle.

The top of the Hatchback is covered in a carbon fiber trim that is also available as an optional option.

The cabin is also a mix of traditional and modern elements.

The first thing you notice when you step inside the Hatch is the design of the instrument cluster.

There are five different sizes of buttons on the instrument panel.

There’s the standard, compact, high-end, high performance, and sport versions, as you would expect.

Each is individually controlled with one hand.

Each button can be pressed in a different way to get different information.

The interior of the hatchbacks interior is quite spacious, with lots of space between the center console and the seats.

There is a central area where the driver can check the climate control and the power steering.

A leather-wrapped steering wheel and pedals are also included.

The standard model has a 5.7-liter V8 engine with an output of 571 horsepower and 671 pound-feet of torque.

The base model is equipped with a 6.2-liter, twin-turbo V8 with 692 horsepower and 730 pound-fivest.

There has been no announcement yet on pricing, but the first two models are expected to be sold in Japan for around ¥30,000 ($350).

The new Hatchbacks interior looks like the standard model, but its got more modern touches.

It is available with Alcantara and Alcantal seats, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, a USB port for charging a smartphone, a touch screen with Google Assistant, and LED lighting.

The engine sounds more like the base model.

The sound of the sound-enhanced engine is similar to the engine of the Cayman GT.

The front and rear bumpers and grilles are also more futuristic.

Inside the Hatchbacks cabin, you can enjoy a large central air intake with two big outlets for the climate and power steering, and four smaller outlets for other equipment.

The steering wheel features a digital map with speedometer, speedometer speedometer distance, and brake pressure.

The instrument cluster is located in the middle of the cabin, with buttons for gauging the current speed, distance, power, and acceleration.

There also are digital instruments for temperature, humidity, and the engine speed.

There aren’t many details on the Hatchmans exterior.

The styling is the same as that of the base models, and its a bit different in that the hatchlets interior is not as roomy as the standard models.

The Hatchbacks exterior looks like it has been designed by an architect.

The headlights are larger and more angular than the standard hatchlets.

There should be an additional feature that will make the Hatch cars interior look even more futuristic, like a new infotainment system.

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