Toyota Passo and Daihatsu Boon are an example of cooperation between two Japanese automakers to create a small car, which is part of the so-called "liter" class of cars, which is acquiring strategic importance. Toyota Passo is no different from the Daihatsu Boon car. But this does not mean that the development of one company is released unchanged under the brand name of another (OEM system), as was the case with the previous "twin" model Daihatsu Storia / Toyota Duet (1998-2004). In the case of the Passo / Boon, we are talking about an equal partnership between Toyota Motor and its subsidiary Daihatsu Motor, which has extensive experience in creating small cars. The design work is wholly owned by Toyota, and Daihatsu is responsible for the design, layout and production.
Fuses and relays Toyota Passo (XC10), 2004 - 2010