Toyota bZ4X: Lease deals available now
The Toyota bZ4x is an all-new electric crossover – and it’s available to lease right now.
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Toyota bZ4x fast facts
- Up to 280 miles of range
- 7in digital driver display and large infotainment system
- The first Toyota designed specifically on an EV platform
- Mixes styling cues from current Toyota range
- Large 452-litre boot capacity
Toyota bZ4x styling
The bZ4x offers a fresh break from Toyota’s current line-up in several ways, but the more you look at it the more you see influences from the current range – particularly round the back.
At the rear you’ll find an angular boot line and design that’s reminiscent of the latest RAV4. Up front, however, the new set of headlights and chunky body cladding are a fresh addition.
It’s certainly on trend style-wise thanks to its compact crossover body shape, with large alloy wheels of up to 20in set to be on offer.
Toyota bZ4x interior and tech
The dashboard offers a more interesting design than some Toyotas we’ve seen recently, and is dominated by a large landscape infotainment touchscreen that incorporates touch-sensitive buttons for the climate control.
The driver gets their own 7in digital display that’s standard across the range. It’s quite a way from the steering wheel though, with a flat sweeping area between it and the driver.
With 452 litres of boot space and an impressive amount of rear passenger room, the bZ4x should be a class-leading compact EV as far as space goes.
Toyota BZ4X trim levels
From launch, four trim levels are on offer: Pure, Motion, Vision and the Premier Edition. Pure features 18in alloys, a reverse camera, keyless entry, climate control and an 8in touchscreen infotainment system as standard. It’s only available in two-wheel drive form.
Motion includes upgrades like parking sensors, larger 20in alloy wheels and wireless phone charging. It can be had in two- or four-wheel drive form. Vision is also available two- or four-wheel drive and gets leather-style upholstery with heated front seats and a digital app-based key.
Premier Edition is the range-topping option and adds a better sound system as well as a panoramic sunroof. It’ll only be available in four-wheel drive form.
Toyota bZ4x drivetrains
From launch, you’ll be able to pick either a two- or four-wheel drive bZ4x, with the drivetrains producing 201hp and 215hp respectively. The more potent of the pair can get from 0-62mph in less than 8 seconds.
Thanks to a 77kWh battery pack, the bZ4x gets a range of around 280 miles, although we’ll have to wait a little while longer to find the official specs for each respective model.
Toyota bZ4x leasing plans
List prices range from £41,950 for the Pure in two-wheel drive form, to £51,550 for the four-wheel drive Premier Edition model. Leasing plans are available right now.
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