Toyota has shown off the bZ Compact SUV, which might serve as a sneak peek at a future foray into the competitive compact electric SUV market. In terms of the bZ Compact SUV's external appearance, Toyota nailed it.
The hook-shaped headlamps that are joined by a full-width front light bar are a design staple, but the rest of the vehicle is strikingly new. Seats in the concept car's interior are created from recyclable and plant-based materials, in keeping with the automaker's "Beyond Zero" environmental initiative.
The arched infotainment screen and gauge cluster are the main focal points, and they operate in tandem with a digital assistant called Yui to provide visual and auditory clues to the passengers. There's a good chance that the bZ Compact SUV concept will become a real-world vehicle.