Toyota B platform
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. The B platform improves on and replaces the NBC and sits below the MC and New MC platforms. Automobiles based on the B chassis started production in 2005 with the Toyota Vitz (XP90).
- Toyota Belta / Vios / Yaris sedan — XP90 (2005–2013)
- Toyota Corolla Axio / Fielder — E160 (2012–present)
- Toyota ist / Scion xD — XP110 (2007–2016)
- Toyota Porte — XP140 (2012–present)
- Toyota Prius c — XP10 (2011–present)
- Toyota Ractis / Verso-S / Subaru Trezia — XP100 (2005–2010), XP120 (2010–2016)
- Toyota Sienta — XP170 (2015–present)
- Toyota Spade — XP140 (2012–present)
- Toyota Vios / Yaris sedan — XP150 (2013–present)
- Toyota Vitz / Yaris hatchback — XP90 (2005–2010), XP130 (2010–present)
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