In comparison to VW, Audi, and Mercedes, Toyota is significantly late to the battery-electric car bash, prioritizing traditional hybrids above EVs. Technically, the only EV in Toyota’s latest product lineup is the Mirai hydrogen gas-mobile, which was not long ago redesigned. This will before long alter, even so, as Toyota has finally teased its to start with-ever EV centered on a new platform. Previewed in a teaser graphic, Toyota’s unnamed EV will be a mid-sized electric SUV centered on the bespoke e-TNGA electric platform co-formulated with Subaru.

Toyota claims this platform is “hugely flexible” and “very easily adaptable for a variety of solution varieties,” enabling for variable widths, lengths, wheelbases, and heights throughout the variety. Toyota’s e-TNGA also supports front-, rear- or four-wheel drive and a broad variety of battery and electric motor capacities personalized for distinct auto segments.