Japanese car maker Toyota on Tuesday revealed its plan to roll out next-generation Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) globally.
A full lineup of BEVs is scheduled to be launched in 2026. The automotive company noted that, by 2030, 1.7 million units out of 3.5 million overall, will be provided by its BEV factory.
Through technologies such as the integration of next-generation batteries and sonic technology, the company projects to achieve a vehicle cruising range of 1,000 kilometres.
Takero Kato, BEVs Factory President at Toyota, said: “The next-generation battery EVs will adopt new batteries, through which we are determined to become a world leader in battery EV energy consumption.
“With the resources we earn, we will improve our product appeal to exceed customer expectations and secure earnings.”