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Toyota bZ4X Interior
The bZ4X is about Toyota RAV4-sized, meaning it is about 4.7 metres long, 1.9m wide and 1.7m tall. It sits on a 2850mm wheelbase, and that's longer than a RAV4's.
The interior is bisected by a longitudinal bi-level console up front, offering plenty of storage as well as a handy arm rest. The driver sits in front of a digital instrumentation pod, while over at the centre of the dash is a 12.3-inch touchscreen.
Ventilation is excellent, the driving position is first class, and the quality of materials and trim surpass expectations.
That long wheelbase also translates to heaps of space front and back, with plenty of legroom as well as clearances for shoulders, heads and hips.
Among the many amenities are USB ports, air vents for all all and a good-sounding audio system, as part of an advanced multimedia set-up.
Toyota bZ4X Reviews
Toyota bZ4X 2024 review
Has waiting for the improved 2024 Toyota bZ4X been worth it for Australians? Definitely, given its better cold-weather real-world range....
Has waiting for the improved 2024 Toyota bZ4X been worth it for Australians? Definitely, given its better cold-weather...
Toyota bZ4X Colours
The Toyota bZ4X is available in six monotone colours: 'Astral Black', 'Dark Blue', 'Platinum White Pearl', 'Precious Metal Pearl', 'Scarlet Flare' and 'Sterling Silver'.
It also comes in five bi-tone finishes that combine coloured bodywork with a contrasting black roof and pillars.
- Astral Black
- Dark Blue
- Platinum White Pearl
- Precious Metal Pearl
- Scarlet Flare
- Sterling Silver
Toyota bZ4X Seats
The bZ4X is a five-seater midsized SUV. The front bucket seats are slightly sculptured and braced for extra support, and offer electric adjustment.
The rear seat is split 60/40, with the backrest part reclining a little for added comfort. While being able to take three people across, it has a centre armrest with cupholders.