Toyota has announced the bZ3, the second model in the Japanese automaker’s bZ series of electric vehicles. (The first was, of course, the bZ4 crossover/SUV.)


Based on an “all-new” structure, the battery-electric sedan “offers customers a novel automotive experience based on three keywords: electrified, dynamic, and enjoyable”. The bZ3 is underpinned by the company’s e-TNGA platform “to achieve more pleasant driving, including more responsive performance, with a low centre of gravity and excellent handling stability”. 

The bZ3 features an “advanced” electrification system comprising Toyota’s “extensive” technologies honed through long-standing HEV development. The firm says the bZ3 can travel “over” 600 km before the batteries need recharging.