It will reportedly have a large 70+ kWh battery pack.
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The bZ3, a zero-emissions hatch, takes the shape of a slightly lifted five-door vehicle with crossover-inspired tweaks and a muscular side profile.
Based on Toyota’s e-TNGA EV architecture, the bZ3 will reportedly be available with one or two electric motors. The most powerful version is expected to have a dual-motor layout for an output of more than 200 horsepower (149 kilowatts) and all-wheel drive. More importantly, however, Motor.es reports a massive 71.4 kWh battery pack could be installed in the bZ3, giving it a range between charges of more than 310 miles (500 kilometers).
Not sure how they'd put that big of a battery in a smaller car, as that one appears to be.... and if it will have AWD, wouldn't that mean it would be a bZ3X ?