Toyota bZ4X BEV Concept makes U.S. debut, with sales starting in 2022
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The tide of Toyota news continues today with the US debut of the Toyota bZ4X BEV Concept. Yes, it's still in concept form, and that means Toyota has very little to share that hasn't been released yet.
There are no details yet on the specifications. However, Toyota said it will release more information about the production version of the bZ4X later this year. Also new: We have an estimated sales time of 2022. The year 2022 is as specific as Toyota is getting, so this crossover could theoretically start sales anytime next year - let's hope it is sooner rather than later.
Everything else is just a repetition of what Toyota was talking about earlier. The car was jointly developed with Subaru, has all-wheel drive and runs on a new e-TNGA platform. We know it's roughly the same size as a RAV4 and that Toyota plans to introduce seven more models called the bZ by 2025.
In addition, all we have to do is take the photos. The images Toyota released today are actually the same as before - Toyota just changed the background color. That means there is nothing new to see either. Regardless, we're excited to see the bZ4X BEV Concept on our shores as Toyota says it now resides in its North American headquarters in Texas. There will be more to learn in this area as the year progresses so stay tuned.
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