Toyota to develop bZ3 with partners in China
Toyota has announced an all-electric sedan called the bZ3, developed in collaboration between Toyota, BYD and FAW Toyota, which is to be offered exclusively in China for the time being. In addition, according to media reports, there are indications that the Japanese could revise their electric strategy.
Toyota prepares for the European launch of the bZ4X
Toyota’s first purely battery-electric passenger car model bZ4X has been made available for reservations online. The entry-level version costs from £41,950. Pre-sales are to start in April 2022, with the first deliveries scheduled for early summer 2022. Now, Toyota has also published the homologated WLTP ranges and fuel consumption figures.
Toyota publishes new details on the bZ4X FCEV
Toyota has published more details on its first battery-electric model, the bZ4X, whose production version is to celebrate its European premiere on 2 December. This means that more precise data on the drives, the battery and the charging power of the bZ4X are known.
Toyota takes aim for 15 BEV models by 2025
In the course of its plan to become climate-neutral worldwide by the year 2050, Toyota continues to focus on technology openness. The company says it aims to expand the electrified model range to 70 models by 2025, including 15 purely electric vehicles.
Toyota presents the bZ4X battery-electric concept
Toyota presented the Toyota bZ4X Concept at Auto Shanghai, providing a preview of the Japanese brand’s first battery-electric vehicle. The study, developed by Toyota together with Subaru, is expected to go into series production in mid-2022.
Toyota to launch 3 plug-ins in the USA this year
Toyota Motor North America (TMNA) has announced that it will bring three new electrified models to the US market this year – two BEVs and one PHEV. By 2025, Toyota aims to achieve 40 per cent of its new car sales in the US with electrified models.
Toyota outlines e-TNGA product lineup
Toyota is now revealing more about its new e-TNGA platform. The company has just announced production preparations for a new SUV model with a purely electric drive based on the new platform.
Toyota introduces their e-TNGA platform
New details have been revealed about the e-TNGA platform planned by Toyota for future battery-electric models. Toyota wants to cover different series based on the same platform – ranging from small electric cars with a range of 300 kilometres, up to larger electric SUVs with a range of 600 kilometres.