Toyota New Global Architecture

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Toyota New Global Architecture

The Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) are modular unibody automobile platforms that underpin various Toyota and Lexus models starting with the fourth generation Prius in late 2015.[1] TNGA platforms accommodate different vehicle sizes and also front-, rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations.[2]


TNGA-C (GA-C)[edit]

Replaces the MC and New MC platforms. Offered in compact size with transverse engine and front- or all-wheel-drive.

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TNGA-K (GA-K)[edit]

Replaces the K platform. Larger than TNGA-C with transverse engine and front- or all-wheel-drive.

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TNGA-N (GA-N)[edit]

Replaces the N and New N platforms.

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TNGA-L (GA-L)[edit]

The rear-wheel-drive Global Architecture for Luxury vehicles is used primarily on Lexus vehicles.

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Daihatsu New Global Architecture[edit]

The Daihatsu New Global Architecture (DNGA) is a derivative of TNGA and used exclusively in Daihatsu kei cars.

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  10. ^ "The all-new Lexus ES: a higher level of performance and sophistication" (Press release). Automotive World. 25 April 2018. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  11. ^ "Toyota Service Information – What's new?". Europe: Toyota. 19 January 2019. Retrieved 19 February 2019.
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  14. ^ a b "New Lexus LS Flagship Sedan to Make Global Debut at the 2017 NAIAS" (Press release). US: Toyota. 8 December 2016. Retrieved 22 December 2016.
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