The Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform has already proven its worth by breathing new life into all manner of new Toyota vehicles, from the 2019 RAV4 to the 2020 Corolla.
In the future, it might even become the platform for the second generation of Toyota's small joint-venture sports car.
A source told Australia's Motoring that the upcoming replacements for the Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 might move to the TNGA platform.
The choices are, according to the information, moving to TNGA or staying on the current platform, which also underpins the latest Subaru Impreza.
There is reportedly a third option, but it's been nixed.
Subaru also has a new platform on its hands, the Subaru Global Platform, but it's engineered with all-wheel-drive cars in mind, since that's Subaru's forte.