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Toyota, one of the leading car manufacturers globally, revealed their plans to have a fleet of 15 electric concept vehicles. This move is part of Toyota's strategy to reduce emissions and increase sustainability. The company displayed these new electric cars at the Tokyo Motor Show last month. These concepts are designed for city driving and short trips, suggesting that Toyota is preparing for a future where electric vehicles are more prevalent. So far, Toyota has not announced any specific plans to mass-produce these models. However, this announcement is still significant as it shows that car manufacturers are starting to take electric vehicles seriously.

Toyota's 15 New Electric Concept Vehicles

A few of the models revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show included:
- A new version of the Toyota Mirai
- The Corolla Saloon, a new luxury sedan
- The S-FR concept is a small car for younger drivers.

Toyota also announced plans to release a range of wheelchairs and wheeled walkers that can conveniently fold up and be placed in the trunk of smaller cars. In addition, Toyota has been producing more wheelchair-accessible vehicles as part of their "Accessible Taxi Project." Along with these new electric models, this project will go a long way towards helping improve the lifestyle of many people with disabilities.

These concepts are designed for city driving and short trips, suggesting that Toyota is preparing for a future where electric vehicles are more prevalent. So far, Toyota has not announced any specific plans to mass-produce these models. However, this announcement is still significant as it shows that car manufacturers are starting to take electric vehicles seriously.

Conclusion

Toyota has been a frontrunner in the electric car market. They continue to show their dominance with these 15 new concept vehicles. While not all of them will be released, it is exciting how the future of electric cars may look. These concepts will inspire other automakers to develop their electric models and increase competition in this growing market.

Get in touch with our Toyota car dealership to receive updates on electric vehicles that will soon arrive on the domestic market.

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