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Toyota Bz4x Release Date, Prices, Features, Reviews & Vehicle Overview

The production of Toyota bZ4X in the United States has been revealed, with minor differences from the Japanese version announced in October 2021. The visual improvements on the Toyota bZ4X in the United States don’t end with the orange marker lights. The American model’s inside features a traditional round steering wheel. A futuristic, yoke-style handling will be available as an option internationally. In the story’s Features section, we go into this in great detail.

Toyota Bz4x Overview

With the 2023 bZ4X crossover, Toyota is planning to re-enter the electric car sector, with an edgy style that sets it apart from Toyota’s gasoline-powered SUVs. Unlike Toyota’s previous all-electric vehicle, the RAV4 EV, the bZ4X is available at Toyota dealerships across the country.

There are front-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive models available, with the former promising up to 252 miles of driving per charge. The bZ4X has joined the global list of non-luxury EV SUVs, including the Chevrolet Bolt EUV, Ford Mustang Mach E, Hyundai Kona Electric, Kia Niro EV, and Tesla Model Y, and Volkswagen ID.4, but its real-world highway range in our testing puts it in last place.

The bZ4X and the Subaru Solterra were co-developed, and the two vehicles are essentially identical, however the Subaru prices more and comes with all-wheel drive as standard.

Toyota Bz4x Release Date & Price

The Toyota bZ4X 2023 is expected to arrive in dealerships in spring 2022.

The XLE FWD will cost $43,215 while the Limited FWD will cost $47,915 including the destination charge. All-wheel-drive models will cost an extra $2,080.

The Subaru Solterra, Tesla Model Y, Mustang Mach-E, and Volkswagen ID.4 will all compete with this electric SUV.

Toyota Bz4x Colors Variant

  • Black
  • Wind Chill Pearl with Black roof
  • Elemental Silver Metallic with Black roof
  • Heavy Metal with a Black roof
  • Supersonic Red with Black roof
  • Heavy Metal
  • Elemental Silver Metallic
  • Wind Chill Pearl
  • Supersonic Red

Toyota Bz4x Features

EV Motor, Power, and Performance

The US-specified Toyota bZ4X has 20-inch alloy wheels, a 12.3-inch Toyota Audio Multifunctional system with the dual Wireless phone connectivity and cordless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a shared Digital Key, and Toyota’s first front-seat radiant foot-and-leg warming, among other amenities.


The XLE grade of the 2023 Toyota bZ4X is Softex/Fabric-trimmed in Black, while the Limited grade is Softex-trimmed in Black or Light Gray. A JBL Audio System setup with 9 speaker systems is offered, as well as an 8-channel HiD-watt amplifier and a 9-inch subwoofer.

A slew of other basic Connected Services is also accessible. Remote Connect, which allows Toyota App users to control the bZ4X’s headlights, seat heaters/ventilators, defrosters, steering wheel heaters, climate control system, rear hatch, and more, comes with a 3-year trial.

Remote Charging is also possible using Remote Connect, which allows you to check charging status, start/stop charging, and adjust charging schedules.

3.0 Toyota Safety Sense

The bZ4X is the first model in America to come equipped with Toyota Safety Sense 3.0 (TSS 3.0). TSS 3.0 features a millimeter-wave radar as well as a monocular camera with a longer detection range.

For Toyota Safety Sense v3.0, Toyota has increased the performance of each function. It has also introduced new functions to help in routine driving situations. Daytime Motorcyclist Detection, Low-Light Cyclist Detection, and Guardrail Detection, for example, are all features of the Pre-Collision System. Another example is Driver Recognition, which improves the functioning of the Lane Tracing Assist mode.

In the U. S., there are no solar roofs or steer-by-wire systems.

Internationally, steer-by-wire technology will be available, but not in the United States. Because there is no mechanical connection between the steering wheel and the tires, undesirable vibrations from the movements do not reach the driver’s hands. Toyota has fixed the lock-to-lock angle at roughly 150 degrees, which eliminates the need to change grips during U-turns and parking.

Maria Gaspar
Maria Gaspar
Maria is an Ireland-based freelance writer. She has over seven years of expertise managing corporate blogs, social media, and public relations efforts. She has a degree in English Literature from the University of England and has studied journalism with the National Council of Teachers of Journalism.

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