Japan's automaker Toyota in India recently trademarked the name of the Belta, which will be launched as the company's new sedan for the Indian market. According to the information received, the company has now filed a trademark application for the names BZ, BZ1, BZ2, BZ3, BZ4, and BZ5 in India. Toyota will introduce seven electric models by the year 2025 under the new BZ series.
At the same time, the first car in this range will be the BZ4X, which is said to be an all-electric SUV concept. This concept was introduced later this week. Let us know that the BZ4X will be built on the company's electric platform TNGA. However, Toyota has not yet revealed the technical details of the car. Toyota's BZ4X will be a car with an all-wheel-drive system.
This SUV will get an L-shaped LED daytime running light along with sleek LED headlamps. In which a single LED strip with a squared wheel arch and LED taillights will also be available. Let us tell you that a special system has been provided with this car, which charges the battery of this car with the help of solar power. Details on the website of Design and Trademarks show that the trademarks were applied between May and October 2020 and are valid until 2030.
But the point to note here is that the company's files for the trademark mean that Toyota has registered these names alone, which means that it is considering bringing a new Series (B) of electric vehicles to India. Still working. If you believe other recent news, Toyota is also working on a rebadged version of the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. Which will be the third car after the Urban Cruiser and Glanza designed in collaboration with Maruti and Toyota.