Toyota recently showcased 15 electric vehicles, which include concept and prototype models. The company also introduced its small crossover Toyota BZ, which will be the company’s cheapest electric car. Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda said that this small electric car has been given a comfortable interior and has been designed keeping in mind the markets of Europe and Japan.
Toyota’s cheapest electric car Toyota BZ will be economical as well as the most efficient car in the segment. It is being claimed that 12.5kWh per 100 km. With this it will consume very less power. It will have a smaller battery and their weight will also be less. In such a situation, it can be assumed that the battery range of Toyota’s upcoming cheap electric car will also be average.
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Talking about the design, this compact SUV looks a lot like Toyota bZ4X and Toyota Aygo X. It is likely to be based on a new platform, which is currently under development. Toyota wants to popularize electric cars through vehicles with smaller batteries. This keeps the vehicles light and cheap. “The more batteries are added to increase the range, the bigger, heavier and more expensive the vehicle becomes,” said the Toyota CEO.