As Toyota prepares to get into the EV game, it expects big results from its move to a new global truck platform.
Akio Toyoda showed several Lexus-badged EVs at a December event in Japan. But which of them will end up on sale in the U.S., and when, remains unclear.
It will be the first Toyota equipped with Version 3.0 of the brand's Safety Sense suite of driver-assistance and safety features.
Toyota says it will only sell 7,000 of the Japan-built bZ4X crossover EVs in the U.S. by the end of the 2022 calendar year, with pricing starting at $43,215 and a range of up to 252 miles, depending on configuration.