Toyota aims to reach more than 10 electric vehicle markets worldwide, starting with China, before spreading to markets like Europe, Japan and the USA
Toyota, one of the world’s largest automobile brands, continues to claim that it will make hydrogen fuels a part of the future, but it is not far from the electric vehicle market. The company aims to reach more than 10 electric vehicle markets worldwide, starting with China, before it spreads to markets such as Europe, Japan and the USA in the early 2020s, and aims to have the option of electric, hybrid or hydrogen fuel for every Lexus model vehicle to be produced in 2025.
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Toyota’s goals are indeed far more accessible, as Ford is expected to enter 20 electric vehicle markets by 2023 and target 10% of its sales revenue here. Because the company’s goals are not particularly ambitious. By 2030, it aims to sell more than 1 million zero-emission cars powered by electric or hydrogen fuel.
Of course, Tesla, the pioneer of the electric car market, can reach Toyota’s targets much earlier. But Toyota’s real claim is that it can gain a significant position in the hydrogen-fueled vehicle market rather than pioneer the electric vehicle market. I do not think that the targets of big companies and future vehicles of fossil fuel will be banned in some countries. In the future, new generations have the chance to live in a green world.