Toyota Plans To Introduce Electrified Vehicles

By Sukesh

Japanese automaker Toyota will finally announce its electrification strategy in the coming months.

The Detroit Bureau reports that the company will announce its electric vehicle plans at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit to be held in January 2018.

Toyota Plans To Introduce Electrified Vehicles

Toyota, a pioneer of eco-friendly vehicles, has lost its image to its newer rivals such as Tesla. But now the automaker wants to pull things back. The report states that Toyota will use the event to announce plans to add dozens of electrified vehicles to its product portfolio.

Toyota Plans To Introduce Electrified Vehicles

No details have been revealed about the electrified vehicles, but Toyota is expected to announce several new hybrid, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicles. The new models will be added to the Toyota lineup over the next decade.

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    Toyota will enter the electric vehicle segment with its range of hybrid, plug-in hybrid and all-electric models. The Japanese automaker will challenge the likes of Tesla who now leads the EV market. We have to wait until January 2018 to know more about Toyota's plans.

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    Story first published: Thursday, September 21, 2017, 11:26 [IST]

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