An emerging trend is for carmakers to lease the right to own vehicles in some countries.

This is becoming increasingly common as the cost of vehicle ownership in the developing world drops.

The Ford F-150 has been leasing its name since 2015, and the Toyota Corolla was leased from the Japanese automaker until this year.

But it appears the Togoda model is the first carmaker to make this move.

Honda has already signed up with several automakers to lease its name, and it has a partnership with a major Japanese automaking group.

Togoda, which has a market value of $10 billion, has partnered with Toyota Motor Corp., Honda Motor Co., Nissan Motor Co. and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.

“The Togodas brand is the most famous name in Japan and the second most important brand in the world,” Togeda President Hiroki Togami told the Nikkei Asian Review last year.

“I think the company can offer a good deal to the Japanese market.”

Honda said it was willing to sell the T-model for a “fair price” but declined to disclose the price.

Togaya, which is headquartered in Kobe, Japan, said it would lease the T1 model.

The T1, which costs about $26,000, is currently available in Japan.

According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, the Tachikoma group is interested in leasing the T3.

This model is expected to cost $30,000.

Honda plans to lease cars in the United States in 2019.

Toyota, which said last year it planned to lease about 300,000 cars in 2020, is working with Toyota to make the T2 and T3 models available.

The company plans to have a T3-branded model on the market by 2019.

Toyota has partnered up with Nissan on its own electric vehicle, the Leaf.

Nissan is partnering with Honda on a similar model.