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(Pocket-lint) – In April of this year, Toyota introduced its BZ4X concept car for the first time. We then knew that this would be a very important vehicle for the Japanese automaker, as the company’s first dedicated battery electric vehicle (BEV).
Now, just a few months after this presentation, Toyota has confirmed that the BZ4X will enter full production from mid-2022, with a 71 kWh battery capacity, a range of 280 miles per charge, and other great features like a dashboard. . energy to help regenerate energy.
In terms of physical appearance, the design of this crossover SUV hasn’t changed drastically at all. It still has the original integrated LED headlights. Body panels bend and shrink in the same way. It is a distinctive look.
No, there’s no steering wheel inside, we’re not sure anyone is ready for this yet, but the interior and built-in tech suite look a lot like the concept vehicle. That means a dedicated 7.7-inch driver display and a larger center display (size not yet revealed) on the dash for all of your infotainment.
The name BZ stands for Beyond Zero, underscoring the car’s new all-electric e-TNGA platform, which was developed in partnership with Subaru, and Toyota’s “commitment to carbon neutrality and beyond.”
For Europe and the UK, the car will be unveiled on December 2, after which online pre-orders will begin for a 2022 delivery date that has yet to be confirmed.
Written by Mike Lowe. Originally posted on .
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