Toyota has provided a glimpse of the upcoming bZ3X, their newest addition to the company’s fleet of battery electric vehicles (BEVs). The fully electric compact SUV is expected to make its global debut at the Japan Mobility Show on October 25.
Teaser images reveal the bZ3X’s smooth, futuristic exterior styling following Toyota’s recent electrified models. Distinctive details include slender headlights, an illuminated front grille, and flush door handles.
The interior also looks high-tech with a minimalist dashboard, yoke-style steering wheel, and large central touchscreen. However, it’s uncertain if the unique yoke design will reach production models.
Technical specifications are still unclear, but the bZ3X should share similarities with the recently launched bZ4X SUV. That model delivers 150-160kW output depending on drivetrain, with FWD and AWD versions available.
Estimated range reaches 400km for the FWD and 560km for the AWD based on Toyota’s ratings. The bZ3X is expected to offer comparable performance in a more compact package.
As part of Toyota’s “Beyond Zero” EV lineup, the bZ3X will further expand options for drivers looking to switch to electric. Combining style, space, and Toyota’s renowned quality and reliability, it aims to make EVs more appealing to mainstream buyers.
The Japan Mobility Show unveiling will provide full details on the bZ3X’s design, battery range, interior space, tech features, and more. Toyota is betting this small electric SUV will play a key role as the brand shifts toward electrification.