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New Line Up At Toyota All Electric Vehicles


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New Toyota Line Up

Toyota had an excellent line up of cars leading up to now, being considered by many to on the forefront of Hybrid vehicles. Many peoples mind instantly wanders to the Prius when they hear the word Hybrid. However Toyota’s line up has since fallen behind its competitors, mainly due to Toyota not offering enough in the fully electric vehicle department. Toyota has kicked things up a notch and aims to have a brand new line up by 2030. The special thing about their plans is that they’re planning to offer full electric vehicles in all departments from family SUV models to Sport models. Akio Toyoda said the following:

“We are living in a diversified world and in an era in which it is hard to predict the future. Therefore, it is difficult to make everyone happy with a one-size-fits-all option,”

“That is why Toyota wants to prepare as many options as possible for our customers around the world.”

Let’s take a look at some of the new cars coming up.

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Sports Line Up

Though a lot is still unknown about the new line up, the sports EV looks stunning, we’d happily sign on to get one of these bad boys. Toyota will likely face heavy competition in places such as North America due to brands such as Lexus aiming to fill a similar niche. However Toyota totally dominated the Hybrid sales in North America so if they are able to repeat their success in this new market they won’t have much to fear.

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Practical Line Up

Toyota said they wanted to cover every possible angle. If you check below we’ll add some more images of vehicles in their new line up, we just wanted to draw your eyes to their pick up truck. We think it marries the fresh, sharp and often elegant look of electric vehicles really well with the intimidating and mean appeal of a practical pickup truck. Some of you may remember our first image from another article: Autonomous Vehicle Reconsidered After Crashing Into Paralympic Athlete. Lets hope Toyota has ironed out all the kinds by 2030. The public is still sceptical about the incident.

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Toyotas History With EV

Toyota has been making electric cars for several decades, but the company’s focus has shifted in recent years to hybrid and fuel cell vehicles.

In the late 1990s and early 2000s, Toyota developed and sold a small electric vehicle called the RAV4 EV in partnership with Tesla. However, the RAV4 EV was only available in limited quantities and was discontinued in 2003.

Since then, Toyota has focused primarily on hybrid vehicles, which combine an electric motor with a gasoline engine to improve fuel efficiency. The company’s Prius model was introduced in 1997 and has since become one of the most popular hybrid cars in the world.

More recently, Toyota has also invested in fuel cell technology, which uses hydrogen to power an electric motor. The company’s Mirai model, which was first introduced in Japan in 2014, is a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle that can travel up to 312 miles on a single tank of hydrogen.

However, Toyota has also been working on developing battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in recent years. In 2020, the company announced plans to introduce 10 new BEV models by 2025, including an electric version of its popular RAV4 SUV. So while Toyota’s focus has shifted away from electric cars for a time, the company is now actively working to bring more electric vehicles to market.

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