Meet Toyota's new concept car at the 2021 Chicago Auto Show.
Our friends across the pond call it the Toyota Rhombus.
If you've forgotten geometry, here's a definition: any parallelogram with equal sides, including a square.
Rhombus is Toyota’s concept for a battery-powered electric vehicle targeted at consumers born after 1990. The EV was developed by TMEC, the company’s research and development base in China. A single swivel seat at the front replaces the typical tandem two-seat front row, while three seats in the back make up a lounge-pit-like area.
Toyota said it plans to roll out more than 10 battery electric vehicle models globally in the next five or six years, with a sales target of more than 5.5 million electrified vehicles worldwide by 2030.