Toyota said Monday it will bring 15 new battery electric models to market by 2025, including an SUV and pickup truck.
“This future lineup will feature 15 dedicated BEVs, including seven carrying the bZ (Beyond Zero) brand moniker,” the company said in a release. “In addition, Toyota intends to bring electrification to its pickup truck lineup in the near future, including hybrid and BEV powertrains.”
The company said the portfolio of electrified products will help propel it toward a goal of carbon neutrality by 2050.
As part of the announcement, Toyota unveiled the bZ4X SUV concept, which it plans to produce in Japan and China, with worldwide sales of the model by the middle of 2022. The company said U.S. product details will be shared at a later date.