Toyota bZ Compact SUV Concept hints at C-HR based EV

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Toyota has revealed the new bZ compact SUV Idea ahead of the Los Angeles Auto Show. It imagines what a new, more modest and completely electric crossover from Toyota bZ (beyond zero) sub-brand would seem to be, and indicates what could be an EV version of the next-gen Toyota C-HR.

The bZ compact SUV concept with its edgy styling looks sportier than the bZ4X EV SUV that is at present on sales abroad. At the front, it highlights C-shaped LED DRLs, like the one seen on the new-gen Prius. The fundamental headlamp units are set beneath and are associated by an enlightened strip. It likewise gets a pointedly styled front guard with a pixelated design at the lower edge.

From the profile, the bZ compact SUV concept has short overhangs and a pointedly raked roofline. One can likewise see a particular wrinkle stumbling into the flanks and a conspicuous crimp in the back window. The entryway handles in the front are flush and the back ones are coordinated into the C-point of support. At the back, the bZ compact SUV concept gets fold over tail-lights and a prominent diffuser.

The concept includes a moderate inside with a huge, curved touchscreen being the stand-apart element. As seen on the bZ4X, the all-computerized instrument bunch in the bZ compact SUV concept stands up from the dashboard, and furthermore includes a curved design. It also gets a yoke steering wheel and Toyota says that the seats are made from plant-based and recycled materials. 

The bZ compact SUV likewise includes a virtual assistant called ‘Yui’; it answers voice commands with sound and visual light signs.

Toyota is right now focusing on hybrids for the Indian market. Addition the Vellfire MPV, the Camry sedan and the Urban Cruiser Hyryder mid size SUV, Toyota will soon reveal the Innova Hycross with a strong hybrid powertrain.

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