Third times a charm! Toyota is finally getting into selling all-electric vehicles, maybe this time for good. It originally sold a RAV4 EV from 1997-2003, and then partnered with Tesla on another RAV4 EV 2012-2014. Now, it's revealed a very RAV4-like EV concept. This time, though, it gets the name bZ4X. Kind of just rolls off the tongue, does it not? The bZ in the name stands for Beyond Zero, which is going to be attached to a number of electric vehicles coming from Toyota over the next few years - seven, in fact, by 2025. (side note: Toyota may have 15 all-electric vehicles over these next four years) But back to the bZ4X. First, it will come to the U.S. (no sooner than mid-2022, probably a bit later), so that's awesome. It will be built in Japan as well as China, where it will also be sold. It's being developed in collaboration with Subaru, so don't be surprised if there is a version of it for that brand as well. There aren't a lot of technical details on it yet, aside from it's being built on the e-TNGA platform. There are pictures, though, and I was struck by how close this concept is to being production-ready. The exterior design isn't too far out there, and the interior could be the inside of a Toyota today. Or yesterday, for that matter. Interesting to see here how in compares dimensionally with the RAV4.