Lexus RZ will be the firm’s first dedicated electric car, and that’s good news for you


Toyota and Lexus have been slow to the EV game, after years of heavy focus on hybrids and even hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. However, while the Japanese auto giants remain invested in those technologies, much of the rest of the automotive world is moving rapidly toward electrification. 

Not to be left out, Toyota announced the bZ4X EV, which it developed in partnership with Subaru. Now, it’s Lexus’ turn in the spotlight with its announcement of the upcoming RZ 450e electric crossover.

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