10.5 million vehicles were sold worldwide in 2021, corresponding to an increase in sales of nearly ten percent. Despite the current uncertainties, Toyota expects another strong year. Regional production on site also contributes to this: 70 percent of vehicles sold in Europe are also manufactured in the region. Domestic R&D centers as well as design studios guarantee models that fully reflect the wishes and demands of European customers.
The Aygo X is one such example: based on an independent platform, the compact crossover, which will be launched in the second quarter of 2022, represents the new entry into the world of Toyota.
The Toyota bZ4X, the first purely electric car with a range of 450 kilometers, will also be launched this year.
By 2025, the company aims to sell 5.5 million electric vehicles worldwide. To this end, more than 70 electrified models will be offered, including 15 domestic zero-emission fuel cells or pure electric cars. 30 pure electric car models are planned by 2030.
This year’s offensive campaign is complemented by a similar Toyota GR 86 electric car: the third independent GR model, with its classic front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive design, embodies one of the latest sports cars of its kind.