Commercial Japan Partnership Technologies Corporation (CJPT) has teamed up with Isuzu Motors Limited, Toyota Motor Corporation, Suzuki Motor Corporation, and Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd., and Hino Motors Manufacturing Thailand to hold a test drive event in Thailand. With the cooperation of Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd., the event aims to introduce commercial vehicles for various purposes to government officials, media, fleet companies, and partner corporations. They include Toyota Sora, Hino FCEV, Suzuki Every, amongst others.
CJPT, established in April 2021, seeks to solve transportation challenges and achieve a carbon-neutral society by accelerating the implementation and popularization of CASE technologies. Following the collaboration with Charoen Pokphand Group (CP) announced in December 2022, CJPT plans to expand partnerships in Asia, including energy solutions, mobility solutions, and data solutions.
As the world moves towards carbon neutrality, CJPT recognizes that the powertrain of the vehicle that customers seek may vary depending on the energy situation and customer usage in each country or region. Thus, the optimal mobility solution should be provided according to the regional environment and customer needs.
CJPT President Hiroki Nakajima said, “With appreciation to society, we would like to contribute to improving the quality of life of people in Asia with various low-fuel consumption and high-efficiency vehicles, including small (Kei) ICE vans, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, Battery Electric Vehicles, and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles. We would like to hear the sincere opinions of the stakeholders through experiencing each product and consider the appropriate way to climb the mountain of tackling carbon neutrality together.”
Starting from Thailand, CJPT plans to deploy decarbonization technologies to the Asian market by integrating their knowledge and collaborating with like-minded stakeholders to contribute to improving people’s lives in Asia. The test drive event is part of CJPT’s expanding activities with more partners, further accelerating their efforts to realize carbon neutrality in Thailand and beyond.
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