Toyota today hosted a presentation where it announced plans to launch 30 Toyota and Lexus brand electric vehicles by 2030. We got a first look at more than a dozen new electric vehicles, including a Lexus supercar with LFA-inspired styling.
A Toyota sports car that looks like a modern interpretation of the MR2 was also presented. It will arrive in the years to come, with an electric pickup the size of the Tacoma and an electric off-roader that looks like the old FJ Cruiser.
Genesis has revealed more details about the redesigned G90 destined for showrooms next year, including the interior design of the new flagship sedan. The brand is withholding all details until the market launch is closer, but we can confirm that the standard powertrain will be a 3.5-liter twin-turbo V6.
You’ll find these stories and more in today’s automotive news, right here at Driving authority.
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