Toyota Motor Corporation today revealed its electrification and battery EV strategy. The company’s president, Akio Toyoda, emphasized the expansion of battery electric vehicles, saying that “I believe that achieving the carbon neutrality goal means realizing a world in which all who live in this world live happily ever after.” . To that challenge, we need to reduce CO2 emissions as quickly as possible.”
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Toyota bZ4X launch preparations
The automaker recently introduced bZ4X electric vehicles that it is all set to launch next year and is now looking forward to expand the bZ lineup series. There is also a compact SUV in the series that will come with a comfortable interior designed in line with Europe and Japan and a smaller battery.
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“The more batteries you add to extend cruising range, the bigger, heavier and more expensive the vehicle becomes,” Toyoda said. With this compact SUV in its plans, the company wants to focus on reducing the power requirements.
Electric midsize sedan plans
The company also plans an all-electric midsize sedan and a large electric SUV with three-row-seats. Toyoda said that the automaker will not only add battery EV option to the existing vehicle models but will also bring in a complete lineup of affordable models like the bZ series to meet the demand of all types of customers.
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Will launch 30 battery EV models by 2030
The company also announced that its Lexus brand will be expanding the options for carbon neutral vehicles by offering a full lineup of battery EVs. Toyota and Lexus plan to introduce 30 battery EV models by 2030, which will be the full lineup of battery EVs in the passenger and commercial sectors globally.