Interesting, I didn't realize the Solterra was going to be sold in US. Nice looking car, even tho it's the same as BZ4X 👍
And yes, absolutely, in fact I had looked at this as well, and had an order in, but for me it came down to pricing and no "radiant heater"... and well, the fact i could get my hands on a bZ4x faster, ... well that was what was supposed to originally happen, ha ha!!Interesting, I didn't realize the Solterra was going to be sold in US. Nice looking car, even tho it's the same as BZ4X 👍
I believe bz4x wasnt there but crown 😊 Toyotas new toy.Wellll, that's interesting to see! Suppose Subaru is more brave than Toyota? Or does the bZ4X happen to be here too? hmmm... wonder if there is a listing somewhere ...
Thank you for detailed explanation. Because Solterra was labelled as Prototype Car in the video.I believe user BZ4X was commenting that the Crown he saw was labelled a “Prototype Car”, and yes, my comment about the lack of an EPA filing was about the Crown. The bZ4X and Solterra have both an EPA and a CARB filing in the US. The Crown and RZ 450e do not yet have one, thus, if one is temporarily imported, like for a show, and is not certified to be EPA or CARB compliant it can only be imported for display purposes, racing, testing, etc. Both of those vehicles probably haven‘t been certified to meet FMVSS, either. Vehicles temporarily imported must be exported before the permit expires or destroyed under US Customs supervision.