Toyota has shown off images of its latest bZ4X concept, which is built on the company’s new e-TNGA modular platform developed specifically for electric vehicles.
The auto maker notes that the platform’s long wheelbase and short overhangs create a notably spacious and open cabin; the rear legroom is similar to that of a large D-segment model.
The front cabin is designed around a ‘drive module’ that gives the driver a sense of direct connection to the road and to important information. The low-set instrument panel opens up panoramic visibility and emphasizes the sense of space.
Controls are grouped around the center console, designed for easy recognition and operation. The driver’s digital instrument display is positioned above the steering wheel, so only minimal eye movement is required to register information.