Published on November 24th, 2022 | by Sounder Rajen0
The Toyota bZ Compact SUV Is A Glimpse Into The Future
And this futuristic Toyota bZ Compact SUV was unveiled in the US
Toyota has been busy lately, with the push for electrification in full swing, the Japanese automaker revealed the new Prius for 2023 and it looks way better than any Prius than ever before and that trend continues now in the US with the all new Toyota bZ Compact SUV which recently premiered in Los Angeles.
Making its global debut at the opening of the 2022 Los Angeles Auto Show which happened at the LA Convention Centre, Toyota has just shown us what the future of electrification within the company could look like with the newest addition to the Toyota bZ lineup of vehicles, the Toyota bZ Compact SUV.
David Christ, Toyota group VP and GM said, “We’ve only just begun to scratch the surface of the Beyond Zero moniker. With an aerodynamic design coupled with intuitive tech features never before seen in a Toyota model, the bZ Concept showcases another possible vision of the very near future with our battery electric vehicles.”
Moreover, like the rest of the Toyota bZ vehicles, the Toyota bZ Compact SUV was designed as a fully battery-electric vehicle (BEV) using a clean energy approach which aims to highlight what makes BEVs special while still ensuring the vehicle is fun to drive and offers exciting performance.
The Toyota bZ Compact SUV is more than just a car, it represents the future of Toyota which involves zero emissions and uses eco-conscious interior materials while also offering dynamic performance and bleeding-edge technology all in a stylish package.
On top of that, the aerodynamic form of the Toyota bZ Compact SUV further highlights the futuristic look of the car. The wheels are also pushed out further to give the car a wider stance which gives off the illusion that the car is moving even when it is completely still. The short overhangs and sweep back angles also help with this.
While many are drawn to the sharp styling of the Toyota bZ Compact SUV, one should also take the time to notice all the eco-friendly touches the design team included in this car such as the seats being made from plant-based and recycled materials which follows the brand’s “Beyond Zero” theme.
Furthermore, the Toyota bZ Compact SUV also features an in-car personal assistant, capable of far more than any other in-car assistant right now, called “Yui” which utilizes audio and visual cues to connect to each passenger in the car individually and responds to each passenger independently as well.
What do you guys think? Will the Toyota bZ Compact SUV help Toyota achieve its goal of carbon neutrality by 2050 or is Toyota going to slow down after this car?