Toyotas secret electric offensive

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Toyotas secret electric offensive

Toyotas secret electric offensive-offensive
Toyota Toyota’s future is also electrical – but unlike Tesla

  • Site author Patrick Solberg

At the hybrids, Toyota set standards worldwide. So far, the Japanese have resisted significantly more than the international competition. But in the background, preparations for the large steering impact, which should be completed by 2030.

By the end of the decade, Toyota invested almost a third of this sum for battery supplies in the United States as part of its global investment package of 11.5 billion euros. With the locally manufactured battery packs, future hybrid and electric cars of the group brands are to be equipped by 2030. In cooperation with Toyota Tsusho, a US production facility for batteries is being built under the leadership of Toyota North America, where from 2025 is to be produced from 2025.

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The billion dollar investment creates 1750 new jobs locally. "With our commitment to electrification, we are aiming for long-term sustainability-for the environment, for the US jobs and for customers," explains Ted Ogawa, Chief Executive Officer from Toyota Motor North America, "These investments contribute affordable to bring electrified vehicles to the US market that significantly reduce CO2 emissions. At the same time, we create even more jobs associated with the future of mobility."

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The new company should support the Japanese car manufacturer in building up and expanding a local supply chain and contribute to the growing expertise in the production of lithium-ion batteries. In a first step, predominantly hybrid batteries are to be manufactured. For the planned CO2 neutrality of the company by 2050, the emissions of vehicles and works are to be significantly reduced.

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Fuel cell remains on the agenda

So far, Toyota has already sold more than 18.5 million electrified vehicles worldwide. In addition to the previous hybrid and plug-in hybrid models, a fleet of fuel cell and electric vehicles is to be created in the coming years. By 2025, 70 vehicles are to be created from the currently 55 electrified models; including 15 electric cars. By 2030, Toyota is aiming for a global heel of two million locally emission-free fuel cell and electric vehicles.

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But electrical engagement is not limited to the USA, because cooperation with Suzuki is significantly intensified. If this formerly only includes the area of hybrid vehicles, this has now been expanded to include a joint development of electrical and fuel cell vehicles. Toyota in particular wants to focus on the Indian mass market in particular.

India’s ambitious plans: 30 percent electricity by 2030

"In view of the government-bound production-related incentives, the development could possibly focus on the production of electric vehicles in India," says Bakar Sadik Agwan, Senior Automotive Analyst at Global Data, "a BEV der Entry class based on the Wagon R of Suzuki has also been spotted several times. Since the government pursues the goal of reaching a degree of electrification of 30 percent in new car sales by 2030, there are considerable opportunities in the Indian EV segment from both production and sales perspective."

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Toyota and Suzuki are already working on a new premium SUV for the Indian market, which is supposed to compete with models such as the Hyundai Creta and the Kia Seltos and will be the first Suzuki product that is launched by Toyotas in India.

Cooperation with Suzuki for emerging countries

The premium SUV, which is due to celebrate its premiere in 2022, falls under the schedule originally announced by Toyota to produce its own version of the Suzuki Vitara Brezza. "The global alliance has produced a number of Suzuki vehicles that were renamed Toyota in India and the African markets, as well as Toyota for Suzuki in Europe," said Bakar Sadik Agwan, "the converted compact vehicles have a broader market access When the former pure SUV presence in India and this year contributed almost 40 percent to Toyota total sales."

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16 thoughts on “Toyotas secret electric offensive”

  1. Well, Germany will be left behind!
    Electroauto news 26.08.2021 "By 2030, China plans to do a million fuel cell vehicles … see on the street. Driven strongly by the new fleet consumption measurement from 2025. The news page China.org.CN reports that more than ten provinces and cities have now published their plans for the development of vehicles with hydrogen fuel cells. City Beijing is called their goals: 37 hydrogen filling stations are to be created by the end of 2023, and over 5000 of these petrol stations will be built by 2035. Insofar as your own plans can be implemented. By 2025, over 10,000 hydrogen cars should then be traveling." The shops do China, Japan and Korea. The German industry and sites forists will be amazed at!

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  2. @KOpnick
    Don’t really notice it? Read your comments yourself? They slowly only make themselves ridiculous when you read their answers! If the arguments go out with them, pull yourself up in a small spirit to formulations! As if the electric car industry had not formulated in the past, in a market that no one knew years ago, as he either

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  3. Forists…
    …want and can probably not understand it! H2 which through the natural gas network for industry u.a.can be transported, falls away as a competitor for the transport of H2 for other applications and transport routes! But of course, if you don’t want to stop the cordless blinders, use a lot of time and effort to keep flimsy and meaningless "Arguments" to invent to move into the field against advanced types of mobility. Again, as I and other forists do not interest these formulations, she will certainly not be interested in decision -makers for modern mobility. It is always the same handful of people here in the forum who at some point only make it ridiculous to watch it amusing!

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  4. The majority may understand
    … you don’t understand a lot. On the web you can read what about the "minerals" lithium, cobalt & rare earth and don’t notice that the bullshit is. Also plagiate such nonsense sentences & think, then you think they are smart. They have long seen through. All you have to do is enter your comments in Google to see where you have (wrongly) written back. Bird game is that!

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  5. Mr. Diplomanieur Sochgen?
    Or not? In contrast to them, I quote experts who understand something of the matter like the Fraunhofer Institute! "Researchers from the Fraunhofer Society have developed a technology that can be used to separate hydrogen and natural gas inexpensively and efficiently. The membrane technology makes it possible to guide the two substances together through the nationwide natural gas network and to separate them at the destination. For the transport and distribution of the energy source hydrogen, this is great progress.04/2021" A tip, just leave it if you have no idea, it’s better to!

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  6. Oh, you get sad…
    …When reports disappear in nirvana. You can publish many things, but at some point a quality limit is reached, which then reports reports in nirvana. Sometimes better so. See it that way, in contrast to you, my vocabulary does not exist, reached into the toilet, with you already! Your latest comments show it!

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  7. Facts VS. Dream world
    Some find it difficult to recognize facts. The fact is that battery cars can show the best efficiency. This fact is currently recognized by so many car buyers that a cordless car is now the mostly sold car in Europe. The sales increase rates of recent years underline this again. Apparently, charging these cars causes less problems for owners than the dreamers of hydrogen solutions. Of course, hydrogen can also be made in masses. But in the future it will also be in mass z.B. required in the steel industry or as a buffer memory for gas power plants. There it makes more sense than consuming the hydrogen produced with a poor efficiency with a poor efficiency in a car.

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  8. Source site
    Just not certain forists again….. "Skip up to 20 percent of the energy obtained over wind turbines when it blows too much. There is no economic path of storage and to overload the networks, the operators switch off the wind turbines in these cases or put them in the wind so that they can no longer turn. Sometimes the excess electricity is led into other networks at negative prices." Z.Z. For legal reasons, only approx. 3% H2 are fed into the natural gas network, technically possible would be over 30%! Excess free current could already be converted into H2 and fed into the gas network and saved, you just have to want it!

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  9. logic?!
    Wow, on the one hand, quote an article with the statement that there is no economic path to storage and then call for exactly this by converting to H2 – the 3% are far from exhausted. Technically possible are 30% – without changes? What effect does this have on durability? corrosion! Who invests in the devices that will only run from time to time? profit?

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  10. The whining about Toyota is annoying
    Toyota is a global brand. Just because a few countries are going crazy. Doesn’t that mean that the rest of the world is doing it. For Toyota, Europe is only a small market. Most Toyota models /equipment are not offered here. Little Germany shouldn’t take too important.

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  11. None of us will be right.
    At some point there will be a coexistence of the different technologies. Because where for the will of heaven, 10,000 of charging stations are to be set up on the rest areas on the motorways on the motorways? Per refueling 200 or more. Where does space come from this? Hydrogen produced by the sea with offshore systems and transport them via existing gas pipeline. Also withdraw carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and convert to gasoline. I think that pure cars will only have a future as a second or urban vehicle in the future. I live in a city with 160,000 inhabitants. There are only 4 charging station in the city center. No wall boxes can be connected to our TG in the multi-family house because the feed-in is not sufficient. What should I do with an electric car????

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  12. Load is faster than lunch
    There are already enough parking for those who eat there at the rest areas. Charging the newer generations will hardly need more than 20-30 minutes for 10% to 80%, usually faster than lunch. H2 cannot be transported via existing natural gas lines – are not tight enough for pure H2. This is only mixed in a small proportion.

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  13. Toyota?
    Toyota has a problem. they do not want! You can see that most clearly here in the USA. You lead the group of "not willing" with GM, Stellantis and Ford. All the throbbing on one continued in the burner and want to tilt the ban or at least push further back. This will be painfully revenge. Toyota has no concept, no contracts with suppliers and raw material suppliers. If the electric car should come from Toyota it will be too late in 3-5 years and nobody will buy one because it is simply technically overhauled. H2 is too expensive in production, storage and sales in contrast to electricity/battery. Tesla is not the problem – BYD, NIO & Co. the old OEM will displace the market if they do not rethink and act as quickly as possible.

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  14. Right you are!
    Find revealing how they interpret things from a USA point of view & especially Toyota’s strategy (too?) to have long set to H2 before jumping onto the electric rail. The struggle between those who keep the burner alive as long as possible & those who want to switch to battery e cars as quickly as possible is not yet over. Even if the winner is determined: battery-e.

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  15. Oh yeah…
    …if the "Ex -policy" gives something of itself, I’ll just look around. If you have brought it to Foreign Minister. The Secretary General has a People’s Party two study scouts. A "Youngster" In the case of exploratory talks, a study and 3 years of call center, a chairwoman of the parliamentary group of her party can no longer show theology of more than two semesters, a well -known politician of the same party only one semester of directing assistance. When I see this quality, I know why in Germany Z.Z. Looks like this. I don’t need to have the world explained by an officer in retirement or as he would like to have it.

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  16. There he is again…
    …The Pawlovian reflex and the reaction as predictable. If it is the stick with the dog, the corresponding comment is enough for people and the reaction comes promptly. A small book could have been published, which is full with unqualified comments from an ex -officer. Keep it up, it shows the quality that prevails!

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