Toyota Izoa or in other parts of the world known as Toyota C-HR will get an electric-powered variant, but not like the Toyota Corolla and Toyota Levin that use PHEV technology. Toyota C-HR and Toyota Izoa will reportedly get a pure electric-powered version.
The Toyota C-HR electricity is built by GAC Toyota and its partner FAW, IZOA. This environmentally friendly car itself appeared on the Shanghai Auto Show. For the sales, the two electric battery-powered cars are scheduled to enter China’s automotive market in 2020.
Although it has been introduced, no specifications have been announced. However, detailed information regarding this matter will be provided in the near future. To note, the Toyota IZOA will use the same TNGA platform as the new Corolla.
There are several differences between the Toyota IZOA EV and the conventional engine version. In terms of appearance, the most striking we can already see is the grille with the new design and air-duct on both sides.
Another thing that you will see is the attachment of an “EV” emblem under the main lamp. The Toyota logo in front and rear has a blue accent to show its status as an environmentally friendly vehicle.
In addition, the Toyota IZOA EV DRL also looks different from the conventional version circulating in India and Indonesia and has used white LEDs. The rim is also covered with dual-tone, black-silver colors.
Meanwhile, the back is not much different, still looks dashing and typical SUV. The lights still look aggressive with a tapered shape and combined with a roof-spoiler and black skid-plate.
The interior is still the same as the conventional version and only has a little alteration from the color of the seats that look more luxurious with beige colors. The electric version of the Toyota IZOA will also get a full digital display and a new gear lever.
The presence of Toyota C-HR and Izoa EV itself is supported by several steps that have been carried out by Toyota in China, one of which is the building that specialized in local production base for key components to be used in Toyota car models that utilized electric power.