The first electric car Toyota bZ3 rolled off the assembly line at the FAW Toyota plant in China
In China, the first Toyota bZ3 electric vehicle rolled off the assembly line at the FAW Toyota plant. The model was developed by Toyota in
cooperation in the largest Chineseelectric vehicle manufacturer BYD. The development of the machine was started in 2020. The novelty will go on sale at a price of $27,400 to $31,800, deliveries to customers will begin this quarter. It is noted that the car uses an engine, a battery and an electric motor control system provided by BYD. The collaboration between the world's largest manufacturer of traditional ICE vehicles and the world's largest manufacturer of new energy vehicles has been one of the most important examples of the changes taking place in the automotive industry. The FAW Toyota New Energy plant was put into operation in October last year and is designed to produce 200,000 vehicles per year.