The names fit the format Lexus uses for the RZ, which was launched for 2023 in RZ 450e guise, suggesting they will also be attached to EVs. That’s if they end up being used. It’s not uncommon for an automaker to trademark a name and not use it.
Before the arrival of its next-generation EVs, Lexus will introduce more EVs based on its current technology. One of these will likely be a three-row SUV, rumored to use the aforementioned TZ name.
Also in the works is an electric supercar that will boast 0-60 mph acceleration in about two seconds and offer a transmission simulating a conventional manual, Lexus has confirmed.
Lexus eventually plans to make zero-emission vehicles, including vehicles designed to run on hydrogen, account for 100% of its sales in the U.S., Europe, and China by 2030, and the rest of the world by 2035.