The SUV version of the Crown sedan, a staple in Japan for decades and the first Toyota exported to U.S., will be available as a hybrid, plug-in hybrid and EV, and sold in Japan, China and North America, sources tell Reuters.
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.
Infiniti is taking a measured path to an all-electric future, continuing to offer new and redesigned combustion engine models.
Subaru will jump into the electric vehicle fray next year with a crossover co-developed with Toyota alongside Toyota's new bZ4X.
Honda has plans for a massive transition to all-electric. But for now, it's focusing its energy of rolling out hybrids.
Brands have geared up for an EV future with some brands focusing only on electric models and dozens of plug-in nameplates soon hitting the market.