Both the unnamed Toyota and Subaru Evoltis are C-segment models. Furthermore, both crossovers share similar design elements, though with some changes that differentiates the two – the Subaru features a more angular design, while the Toyota is curvier.
Then there’s the much larger E-segment crossover, which gets an elongated rear-end, hinting that it could sit up to 7 inside. The larger E-segment crossover is likely aimed at buyers in the US and China.
Both these radical-looking SUVs are built on Toyota’s e-TNGA platform and feature battery packs between 50 kWh to 100 kWh, allowing for a theoretical range of 300 to 600 km.