Toyota unveils bZ4X electric SUV without specs, coming next year
In February, Toyota had announced that it would introduce three electric vehicles till the end of 2021 where two of these vehicles will be purely electric while the other will be a hybrid vehicle.
However, the company has envisioned that these vehicles will hit the road by 2022 hence ensuring that the company becomes carbon neutral by 2050.
Toyota had further mentioned that it plans to sell around 70 different electric cars globally by 2025.
The company had unveiled the bZ4X SUV as a part of its ‘Beyond Zero’ brand and has highlighted that
the mass production of this vehicle is currently underway in Japan and China.
Furthermore, the company will start selling the SUV by the middle of 2022.
As of now, there isn’t much information in regards to the bZ4X other than the fact that
the SUV was co-developed by Subaru and will feature all-wheel drive while taking advantage
of Toyota’s new battery-electric e-TNGA powertrain.
Apart from all the high-performance specs, the SUV will have a much roomier interior
hence creating an epic combination of performance and comfort.