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Toyota HiLux EV version planned for Australia but it could cost $40,000 extra


Plans for an electric Toyota HiLux are confirmed – but it could cost A LOT more and not even be widely available to the public

  • Aussie electric car-maker SEA in talks to fit battery power to the Toyota HiLux 
  • HiLux utes are already getting batteries but it costs an estimated extra $40,000
  • The EV HiLux is likely to be aimed at corporate and government fleet buyers

An electric-powered version of Australia’s favourite vehicle, the Toyota Hi-Lux, could be available in under a year but at a potentially eye-watering cost beyond the average 4WD enthusiast.

Melbourne electric truck manufacturer SEA has announced plans to create an electric version of the best-selling Toyota HiLux 4WD.

SEA and two other electric car manufacturers are already fitting…



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Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

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