By on March 1, 2011

Toyota today confirmed the month-old rumor that they will go to Siberia. And by way of  ESP, we had even pictured the correct car when we wrote about it.

According to a Toyota communiqué, the company has reached a basic agreement with Russia’s Sollers-Bussan to assemble the Land Cruiser Prado 4×4 in Russia. Right across the water from Japan in Siberia.

TMC will provide kits 1,000 Land Cruiser Prados a month. Sollers-Bussan will assemble them at its Vladivostok plant, starting in the spring of 2012.  The trucks will be sold through the Toyota dealer network in Russia.

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