Back in February, Toyota announced that it would do so Three electric cars debuted In the US by the end of 2021. Of this trio, he said two will be all-electric models, while one of them will be plug-in hybrids. The automaker has now detailed an A broader view of electric vehicles As it tries to become carbon neutral by 2050. Toyota today announced that it plans to sell about 70 different electric vehicles worldwide by the end of 2025, including 15 all-electric models.
Nearly half of those will be filed under the company’s new Beyond Zero brand, as the bZ4X SUV Toyota was unveiled today. Although it is just a concept currently, Toyota plans to quickly convert it into a road ready car after the start of production in Japan and China. The company says it “hopes” to start selling the bZ4X by mid-2022, with details on the US version to come at a later date.
Toyota hasn’t shared much information about the bZ4X. We know that it was jointly developed by Subaru and will feature all-wheel drive and take advantage of the new Toyota e-TNGA electric powertrain. It will also include a long wheelbase frame for a generous interior. Outside of bZ4X and other Beyond Zero-branded cars, the company also plans to electrify its pickups. This is something other truck makers love Ford plans to do as well.
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