The Toyota bZ4X electric SUV is Toyota’s first pure EV that’s not a conversion of a traditional model or a fuel cell vehicle. It was designed alongside the Subaru Solterra and built on a shared platform.

Sized much like the RAV4, the bZ4X comes in two powertrain configurations. The front-drive version uses a single 201-hp motor and has a 71.4-kWh lithium-ion battery, good for an estimated 252-mile range. The all-wheel-drive version uses two motors, with a combined 214-hp output and a 72.8-kWh battery, and a 228-mile range. As with other EVs, having the large battery pack under the floor lowers the center of gravity and contributes to handling agility. The bZ4X will be the first Toyota to feature the Toyota Safety Sense 3.0, adding more sophisticated functions to the already comprehensive TSS 2.5 suite.

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