The Nissan Ariya electric crossover has been a long time coming to market. But Automotive News finally got a test drive in Japan.
The crossover, on sale in U.S. and globally in mid-2022, will kick off a wave of seven bZ-badged EVs planned by 2025.
The Solterra, Subaru's first global EV, offers the brand's trademark all-wheel-drive setup. But on the outside, it shares a lot with Toyota.
The Toyota bZ4X will be superior to anything similar in Toyota's lineup in terms of torque, acceleration, rigidity, interior space, grip, safety and styling — but not sales potential.
The Wrangler-inspired Recon and a sleek midsize crossover called the Wagoneer S will mark the beginning of the battery-electric era for Jeep in its biggest market.
The RZ will have an all-wheel-drive system that can switch between front, rear wheel drive or all-wheel-drive to improve cornering and road holding.
Toyota's new EV will be slightly bigger than its compact Corolla, the world's best-selling car of all time. One source told Reuters that the vehicle is like a "Corolla with bigger back-seat section."
The new RZ crossover propels Lexus into the all-electric age as a driver's EV that focuses on responsive driving dynamics as well as everyday utility.
The automaker is making up for lost time in its newest EV spending plan. But it's still playing it safe on its long-range outlook.