The All-New Toyota bZ4X Concept Debuts

May 9th, 2021 by

 

Toyota began its strides toward a carbon-neutral future with its innovations in alternative-fuel and zero-emission technologies. One of many first steps includes the introduction of the Toyota bZ4X concept, a beautiful and sleek SUV design that features a new AWD system. This is just the beginning of Toyota’s lineup of around 70 electrified models globally by 2025 — including 15 new battery electric vehicles, seven of which will be Toyota bZ models.
 

JOINT-EFFORT: A combined effort with Subaru, Toyota conceptualized the bZ4X to be built on the Subaru’s new e-TNGA BEV-dedicated AWD platform, to achieve a driving experience that is both comfortable and enhances the SUV’s performance. The concept SUV will feature a long wheelbase with short overhangs, which results in ample interior space. The open-configuration interior is designed to enhance comfort, with the low position of the instrument panel and the location of instruments above the steering wheel  This also increases visibility for assured safety while driving.
 

 

ELECTRIFYING THE WORLD: Toyota will eventually expand to approximately 70 electrified models globally by 2025. This future lineup will include seven carrying the bZ (Beyond Zero) brand moniker. In addition, Toyota also plans to have a electrified pickup truck lineup in the near future, utilizing both hybrid and BEV powertrains. This diverse lineup of electrified products will help jettison Toyota towards carbon neutrality by 2050.
 

Toyota plans to produce the Toyota bZ4X in Japan and China by 2022. Details about when the model will hit the American market are coming at a later date, so stay tuned! Steve Landers Toyota NWA in Rogers is proud to be part of the Toyota family and its initiative toward a greener future. When you are looking for a solid alternative with quality performance and satisfaction, browse our available inventory of Toyota models. 
 

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