Electric car range could be on the horizon for some big automakers including Toyota and BMW.
According to a report from Automotive News, Toyota has a plan to make electric cars available in its upcoming models, including a range of up to 450 miles.
The automaker also revealed the “Super Hatch” concept electric car, which is said to have an EPA rating of 110 miles per charge, according to the report.
The car will go on sale in 2019.
The Super Hatch concept car is the second iteration of Toyota’s concept car, and was designed to showcase the company’s electric technology, and to offer the most fuel-efficient vehicle possible.
The company also released the Super Hatch Concept to coincide with the launch of the all-electric Toyota Camry SUV.
In addition to the Super Casts, Toyota is also planning a range extender for its EV-plus lineup.
The extender will offer more range to the vehicle’s base, while adding more power to the top of the range, which will come at a cost of up for the Super Hens.
The vehicle will be offered as an option, along with an optional 2WD version.
Toyota also said that it will soon introduce the new all-wheel drive variant of its Prius hybrid, which has been widely praised for its energy efficiency.
Toyota will also launch the first electric vehicle in more than two decades at the Detroit Auto Show.
The Japanese automaker announced in April that it would start producing electric cars in 2019, and in 2019 it will start rolling out the Super Hybrid.