Toyota launches ad campaign for carbon neutrality

Toyota launches ad campaign for carbon neutrality

Toyota will highlight its diverse electrified vehicle lineup in its new "Beyond Zero" ad campaign to reach beyond carbon neutrality.

Toyota invites drivers to get electrified with the 2023 Beyond Zero “Electrified Diversified” campaign. Beyond Zero is Toyota’s vision to reach beyond carbon neutrality with the products, services and operations offered; and find new ways to make a positive impact on the planet and society, the company said.

“Toyota offers more low and zero emission vehicles combined than any other automaker including battery electric, hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric and fuel cell electric offerings,” said Mike Tripp, vice president of vehicle marketing & communications. “Beyond Zero is all about giving our customers a choice, and we’re excited to offer a wide range of vehicles featuring a diverse portfolio of electrified powertrains to best fit our customers’ lifestyles, helping to reduce their carbon footprint today.”

This targeted campaign was developed by Saatchi & Saatchi. The company said the campaign expresses the confidence and excitement that drivers will experience driving Toyota’s lineup of electrified vehicles, featuring Toyota models like the Tundra Hybrid, Sienna, Prius, bZ4X, and Mirai, to name a few.

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