B-Zero

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The B-Zero project has been carried out by TPCA, a joint venture between Toyota and PSA, to develop a small city car. The project ended up in the production of three similar cars:

In 2014, the next generation models were launched, with Citroën and Toyota retaining their existing model names, and Peugeot naming their new version as Peugeot 108.

Production of all three cars began in 2005 at a factory in Kolín, Czech Republic.

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