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The Toyota BZ4X Launches in Mid-2022 With Just over 200 Horsepower and Decent Range

The Toyota BZ4X Launches in Mid-2022 With Just over 200 Horsepower and Decent Range

The BZ4X is Toyota’s first major step into electrification and will offer up to 250 miles of range

Toyota might not be the company that’s most critical of combating climate change and was recently ranked as the third most resistant to climate change polices, but that doesn’t mean it’s not inching its way into electrification. The very first step in the brand’s transformation is the BZ4X, which was revealed as a concept earlier this year and is now scheduled to arrive at dealers in production form by mid-2022 as a 2023 model. Now, we’ve learned just what the production model will offer, and it’s not that bad at all.

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The BZ4X is the First Toyota to Feature Steer-by-Wire and a Tesla-Like Yoke

The BZ4X is the First Toyota to Feature Steer-by-Wire and a Tesla-Like Yoke

The steer-by-wire and Tesla-like yoke go together as a package and are optional

Toyota revealed the BZ4X concept back in April of 2021, and now we’re getting our first look at the production model. Luckily, the production model looks a lot like the concept, all the way down to the aggressive body lines. When it hits the market in mid-2022, it’ll be offered with FWD or AWD and will serve as a stepping stone into the future. It’s the first of seven models planned over the next nine years, and this is what we know about it.

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2021 Toyota BZ4X Concept

2021 Toyota BZ4X Concept

A production-spec bZ4x will be revealed later this year and it will go on sale in 2022

The Toyota bZ4x electric crossover concept made its global debut a couple of months back. Now the automaker has revealed it in the U.S. The bZ4x is roughly the size of the RAV4 and will be launched in the production form later this year. The company hasn’t revealed a whole lot of details about it yet, but did mention that it will come with an all-wheel-drive configuration, which means it could have a dual-motor setup. The all-electric crossover will go on sale from early 2022.

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