Toyota's brand new model, bZ4X, has a complete set of media content now available. The bZ4X is a mid-size SUV and Toyota's first addition to an all-electric line-up and the manufacturer's recent bZ ("Beyond Zero") brand that will feature zero-emission electric vehicles (EV). The new range is now available to order, and first customer deliveries are expected to commence from June 2022.
Toyota first teased its customers with the all-new bZ4X SUV as a purpose-designed electric vehicle in March 2022. The company has made it clear that it has a mission to offer bZ4X users peace of mind, making it easier for customers who are moving from a combustion engine to a battery electric vehicle (BEV) for the very first time. The all-electric SUV is said to come with a complimentary package that covers users with roadside assistance and home or external charging requirements. In addition, customers could benefit from a range of contract hire and purchase arrangements made available on Toyota's official website.
The all-new bZ4X is made available in 3 grades. Highlighting the entry-grade bZ4X Pure will feature an 8-inch display in its centre console with a multimedia system, a 7-inch digital combi meter, and a climate control system with a remote function that allows the EV's users to cool down or heat its interior ahead of a planned journey. Featuring 18-inch alloy wheels, the bZ4X Pure is offered with front-wheel drive only.
The bZ4X Motion is the second grade available, including a skyview panoramic roof, 20-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, censored parking and an illumination entry sequence. In its interior, the EV has heated front seats with ambient lighting and an exclusive wireless charging tray in the centre console area for easy charging. The Motion includes a driver assistance feature. Users can choose between front-wheel drive or an all-wheel drive, with credits to Toyota's new and electric X-MODE system that gives the bZ4X a 'class-leading off-road driving capabilities'.
The top grade available with the bZ4X is the Vision grade, including a specification that includes 20-inch alloys, censored rear parking with an auto-braking function, remote-controlled parking assist, and a heated steering wheel. It also comes with a digital key that enables the EV user to control the vehicle's locking and unlocking capabilities, even when long-distant, through a smartphone. Similar to the Motion, the Vision is offered with front-wheel drive or the X-MODE all-wheel drive.
Toyota claims to take necessary steps to make EV ownership as stress-free as can be. Toyota does this by providing all-electric bZ4X users with a package that is full of benefits to cover things such as charging needs. The package includes a British Gas Centrica EV home charger with standard installation and up to 6 months of access to Toyota's public charging network, which features approximately 12,000 charging points throughout the country, accessible to view through the MyToyota app. Additionally, the package includes even roadside assistance. Three years of AA roadside assistance provides 24/7 in the UK as well as in other European countries. The electric car market is quickly evolving. Toyota presents plans to help its customers transition confidently from conventional, unsustainable engines to all-electric vehicles with leasing propositions made available through Kinto One. It is said that customers who place an order of the new bZ4X on or before 20 June 2022 will have the added benefit of a special launch offer that covers the EV's first three years of servicing for free. More information can be found on the Toyota official site.