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Toyota Teases The First Of Many Mass Market EVs On New Site

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Earlier this year, Toyota announced that it’s gearing up for the release of its first mass-market EVs for the US market. Now, it appears ready to show off one of the vehicles for the European market very soon according to a new microsite launched very recently.


The vehicle is called “X Prologue”. Meanwhile, Toyota is only showing a single headlight of the new electric vehicle beneath a countdown that ends on 17th March 2021 on


The image of the vehicle as teased by Toyota. Picture. www.x-prologue,com


Apart from the hood appearing to match the styling of Toyota’s other modern vehicles, no other details of the vehicle have come out yet.

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There’s also an LED light bar that appears across the nose of the car. This is a design element that’s also becoming increasingly popular in the electric vehicle space.


Toyota had previously announced plans to reveal a Rav4-sized electric SUV targeting the European market in 2021. It’s possible that that’s what Toyota will be revealing even though it seems that the X Prologue is considerably smaller. 


In 2020 Toyota announced that it would accelerate its EV push to meet public expectations. It also planned 10 new EV models and a million EV sales a year by 2030. The vehicles were to be all based on a new e-TNCA electric architecture it developed alongside fellow carmaker, Subaru.


Until recently, Toyota had insisted that hybrid, plug-in hybrid (PHEV), and hydrogen fuel cell (FCEV) vehicles were all more sustainable and environmentally friendly, appearing unimpressed by battery-powered EVs.



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