Friends, how do you like such powerful beauty? It turns out that Toyota and Subaru are working together on a new electric crossover. And this car, according to preliminary data, will be created on the e-TNGA architecture - joint development of the two companies.
The platform will allow Toyota and Subaru to lower their development costs for electric vehicles, as it already has a battery, electric motors, and suspension. That is, automakers will need to determine only the bodywork and they can create which model they want.
The details of the e-TNGA platform are unknown, but it is expected to offer multiple battery options ranging from 50 kWh to 110 kWh, which will fit the Lexus LF-30 concept car.
It is worth noting that the image of the future all-electric Toyota crossover is incredibly similar to the Subaru concept presented earlier this year.