As rumors have it, Toyota is likely to add 2 more small vehicles in its U.S. range of cars.
This new thought has come about because of the pressures it faces in regards to new fuel economy standards.
In order to not lose out to other automobile vendors, it’s necessary that they introduce new vehicles that meet standards.
Though just a proposal, it is believed to be not far from the truth.
Of the two proposals, one is the Urban Cruiser that was introduced as a concept entry-level crossover that entered the market in 2006.
The other motor vehicle has been presented as a concept last month at the Detroit auto show and is an A-BAT compact pickup hybrid.