Toyota's ambitious plans to roll out a family of new electric vehicles by 2025، which it initially announced two years ago، are being moved up. Accelerating global demand for EVs have pushed the automaker toward putting the first of these electric vehicles on sale in 2020. At an event highlighting Toyota's newly adjusted long-term electric-vehicle plans، the automaker promised it is working on six new EVs، as well as a plan for further popularizing battery-electric cars ahead of their rollout، as the Car News said. This trio represents the field of tiny EVs Toyota will use to acclimate Japanese customers to full-electric transportation. Toyota At home in Japan and in other overseas markets، Toyota is whetting the public's appetite for full-electric transportation with a bevy of scooters and mobility devices in the near term. There also will be microcars like the wacky three-wheeled i-Road and a tiny Smart-car-like hatchback. In addition to these oddball scooters، real cars are in the works too. Other global markets such as the U.S.، Europe، and China will start to see those six electric cars Toyota is promising by 2020. They'll likely appear in China first before being sent to the U.S. and elsewhere later.