Toyota is ramping up its EV lineup with 15 new models on the horizon, seven of which will carry the "bz" moniker for "beyond zero". The first of these new models is the bZ4X crossover using an EV platform jointly developed with Subaru. The exterior styling continues Toyota's current bold, angular theme, but with a lower ride height and longer wheelbase than the current RAV4 — Toyota's best-selling model in the US. The interior is a little less exciting, with a digital gauge cluster, large central touchscreen, and rotary multi-function knob below. Toyota didn't announce any power or range figures, but the e-TNGA can support single-motor front- or rear-wheel-drive and dual-motor all-wheel-drive configurations, which is what we expect from the bZ4X. Despite being labeled a concept, the bZ4X should start production in 2022.