The Toyota bZ4X is an electric crossover that has a comprehensive set of specifications. This is before the vehicle goes on sale next year. It has futuristic-looking EV angular exterior panels. Moreover, it features grille-less front-end stretches, 184.6 inches from bumper to bumper, 73.2 inches wide, and 64.9 inches tall. In fact, that is about three inches that are longer. It is almost exactly as wide. Then it is roughly half an inch which is narrower than the current RAV4. However, the wheelbase is around six inches long.
Toyota bZ4X – Sheet Metal and Single Electric Motor
Toyota and Subaru develops the sheet metal that hides an architecture that is called e-TNGA that was, in fact, developed jointly by them. The 4,232-pound bZ4X is powering through a single electric motor that hits the front wheels with 201 horsepower. This is in its standard configuration. Then there is another option from which buyers can add an electric motor to the rear axle. It exists through-the-road all-wheel-drive and has a 214-horsepower output.
The bZ4X is riding on a 71.4-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack is said to deliver about 310 miles of maximum driving range in the front-wheel-drive model with 285 miles in the all-wheel-drive version. In fact, both numbers were, in fact, obtained on the Japanese testing cycle. The figures for the American-spec model are not going to be released until after the EPA is putting the bZ4X is through the paces. Toyota is noting that plugging the crossover into a 150-kilowatt charger is zapping the battery pack upward to 80% in about 30 minutes.
In November 2021, Toyota is going to release details about the American-spec version of the bZ4X. The crossover is going to bring on a Subaru-badged model that is calling Solterra. In fact, it is going to look very much like its Toyota-badged sibling.