Check out all of the 15 EV concepts Toyota unveiled yesterday

Toyota made headlines yesterday when they officially announced they're going all-in with electric vehicles (EVs). In a technological tour-de-force, Toyota president Akio Toyoda personally revealed a fleet of EVs.

With a goal of having 30 battery electric vehicles (BEVs) globally by 2030, it isn't surprising why Toyota literally showed all of its high-tech future vehicles. But what cars did Toyota and Lexus actually reveal?

To find out, we list down all of the EV concepts that Akio Toyoda unveiled. From sleek crossovers, stately sedans, as well as aggressive sports cars, the Japanese automaker has a lot in store.

bZ Series

We already know Toyota revealed the bZ4X electric crossover earlier this year. But that's not the only bZ EV that the company will make.

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bZ Compact SUV

In the future, it will be joined by the bZ Compact SUV, bZ Small Crossover, bZ SDN, and the bZ Large SUV.

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bZ Small Crossover

While the names are not the most creative, each EV is set to compete at a particular segment in the market.

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bZ SDN

The Compact SUV resembles a larger CH-R thanks to its aggressive exterior while the Small Crossover appears to be inspired by the new Aygo.

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bZ Large SUV

As for the SDN, it looks like a larger Prius but doesn't come with a rear hatch. Last but not least is the Large SUV which previews a full-size SUV that will run on pure electricity.

Full electric Lexus

As mentioned before, Lexus will only sell electric cars by 2035. With that in mind, Toyota revealed four concepts that highlight the marque's transformation into a zero-emissions luxury brand.

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RZ

First is the Lexus RZ. While it's based on the Toyota bZ4X, the designers actually took the time to modify its front fascia. The result is a unique-looking electric crossover that blends signature Lexus design with sleek EV proportions.

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Electrified Sport

From the RZ, we now move to the Electrified Sport concept. The low-slung sports EV previews an upcoming halo car and will serve as the spiritual successor to the legendary LFA. Despite not having a V10 under the hood, the Electrified Sport comes with sharp styling that appears to have been inspired by the all-new Toyota Supra.

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Electrified Sedan

Next up is the Electrified Sedan. The mean-looking four-door features the brand's design philosophy cranked up to 11. From the image alone, it looks like it's a prelude to an upcoming IS-based electric sedan. It features some of the vehicle's styling elements but will run on a zero-emissions powertrain.

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Electrified SUV

Finally, there's the biggest of them all, the Electrified SUV. It gets a slightly similar look with the Toyota bZ4X, but is marginally larger and more imposing. It comes with flared wheel arches, a closed-off spindle grille, a sloping roofline, and a two-tone exterior finish.

Boxy EVs

While most electric cars are seen as having a sleek and aerodynamic design, Toyota also plans on making EVs for utilitarian purposes.

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Mid Box

Take for example the Mid Box concept. While its shape is not exactly the most appealing, its overall design is aimed at providing maximum cabin/luggage space.

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Micro Box

If you prefer something smaller, there's also the Micro Box concept. Its design is similar to that of the Mid Box but serves the same purpose as its bigger sibling.

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e-Palette

But if you really need something big to move things (and people) around, Toyota also has the e-Palette. With its bus-like size, the huge EV concept can carry heavy loads (as well as passengers) with ease.

More electric SUVs, plus a pick-up

If you thought Toyota was done revealing high-riding electric concepts, you're wrong.

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Crossover EV

Aside from the previously mentioned bZ SUVs and Lexus Electrified SUV concepts, Toyota also revealed the Crossover EV. While we don't know what segment this concept will compete in, it's interesting to note that it looks sporty thanks to its distinct appearance.

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Small SUEV

Alongside the Crossover EV is the aptly named Small SUEV. Toyota did not reveal what the SUEV stands for, but our best guess is that it's short for 'Small Utility Electric Vehicle'. It too is a crossover but is more compact in size and has a more aggressive look compared to its bigger brother.

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Compact Cruiser EV

But perhaps the most appealing SUV out of them all is the Compact Cruiser EV. On looks alone, it's a clear winner thanks to its FJ Cruiser-inspired look. From the front fascia to the chunky all-terrain tires, as well as flared wheel arches, this concept was designed to go places where most SUVs can't go.

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Pickup EV

Thinking of getting a zero-emissions pick-up truck? Toyota has one that's raring to go into production. Simply called the 'Pickup EV', this large truck is basically a preview of a possible zero-emissions truck that could join the likes of the Tacoma and Tundra.

 

MR2 coming back as an EV?

It's not only Lexus that's coming out with a low-slung electric sports car. Rounding up the long list of concepts is the Toyota Sports EV. Aside from the fact it looks wicked, the concept bears the GR badge. That means Toyota's in-house skunkworks Gazoo Racing will be working its magic in making the Sports EV a fun-to-drive sports car, minus the guilt. More importantly, it's rumored that this concept will serve as the highly-anticipated MR2 successor.

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Sports EV

Toyota may have been late to the electric game, but they're looking to bounce back with a wide array of EVs. With a goal of having 3.5 million EVs globally by 2030, as well as achieving carbon neutrality by 2035, Toyota's ambitious plan to have a fleet of electric cars covering various segments could actually help them achieve their targets.