Toyota has announced it plans to expand its battery vehicle lineup in Europe by 2026. It says it will increase its line-up of BEVs in Europe to six models.
The details were revealed at Toyota Motor Europe’s (TME) 2023 Kenshiki event, presented by Global and European executives.
By 2026, Toyota Motor Europe (TME) will offer around 15 different zero emission vehicles under the Toyota brand from passenger cars to light commercial vehicles, when Toyota’s European BEV mix is expected to be over 20% and more than 250,000 vehicles per annum, it said in a statement.
Yoshihiro Nakata, President & CEO, Toyota Motor Europe said: “Whilst we will continue to offer multiple carbon reduction technologies, we will also steadily increase the number of zero-emissions vehicles we offer to customers”.
In Europe, Toyota’s electrified mix is at 71% and is expected to grow to 75% in 2024.
Last year, TME announced its goal of achieving full carbon neutrality in Europe by 2040.
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