Toyota B platform

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The Toyota B platform is a front-wheel drive automobile platform (also adaptable to four-wheel drive) that has underpinned various Toyota models from the subcompact and compact categories.[1] The B platform improves on and replaces the NBC and sits below the MC and New MC platforms.[1] Automobiles based on the B chassis started production in 2005 with the Toyota Vitz (XP90).



  1. ^ a b Akita, Masahiro; Shiohara, Kunihiko (11 June 2012). "Observations on TNGA: How will Toyota's plans to make better cars affect suppliers". Credit Suisse. pp. 2, 4. Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 June 2014.