Toyota has expanded on its vision of the future of electrified vehicles, today announcing a bZ series of BEV (battery electric vehicle) models and revealing a new concept as the debut model in the lineup. The automaker will be showing off the Toyota bZ4X at Auto Shanghai this week, as the first of 15 BEV models it plans to introduce by 2025.
For some years now, Toyota has beensignalingbig moves toward electrification, previously revealing plans for a fully electric lineup by midway through the decade. The bZ4X is the first of the BEV models the Japanese automaker will introduce under its bZ (Beyond Zero) banner, with six more on the way, and a total of 15 BEVs overall.
The bZ4X is built on an AWD system tuned to leverage the responsiveness of electric vehicles
The concept car was developed in collaboration with Subaru, and is built on the pair’s purpose-built…
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