Toyota has unveiled their new concept car, the Hilux Revo. It’s just the latest in a long line of electric vehicles from Toyota that push the boundaries of innovation and performance.
Toyota has announced an all-new electric Hilux pickup truck. They unveiled their newest concepts and gave the Thai public a first look at their latest venture at a celebration honoring the company’s 60th year in business. While no technical information has been revealed yet, we do know that the design of this truck is previewed by the concept EV.
As far as its exterior design, the Hilux BEV concept currently features a closed grille with horizontal slats, a charging port on the passenger side of the front quarter panel, a new set of alloys, and LED headlights with LED daytime running lamps. On the rear, it has vertically mounted LED taillamps and a flat tailgate.
During the event, Akio Toyoda, President of Toyota Motor Corporation, talked about BEVs. He said that they are not the only way to meet the world’s carbon neutrality goals. He thinks that pursuing every option is a better strategy than focusing on just one option. Options such as emission-free synthetic fuels and hydrogen are important as well.
Toyota just revealed their new Hilux Revo Concept, an electric truck!
Toyota debuted a new electric Hilux pickup truck at an event celebrating their 60th anniversary in Thailand. The all-new pickup truck, which is an electric concept model, was previewed by the Hilux and Revo BEV concepts. We’re excited to see what technical information Toyota will reveal at the event!
The Hilux Revo BEV concept has an exterior design with closed grille, slatted design element, charging port in the front passenger side quarter panel. The new set of alloys is added with LED headlages and fog lamps. The rear exterior gets vertically mounted LED taillamps and flat tailgate.
Speaking at the event, Akio Toyoda, President of Toyota Motor Corporation, said, “I don’t think BEVs are going to take off just as quickly as some media might like us to believe. Frankly, I think there are other ways, such as emission-free synthetic fuels and hydrogen that could be pursued. Personally, I would rather try all my options before choosing just one.”