The Toyota bZ4X, which is a sport utility vehicle (SUV) will be available as many as 143 units to be a mobility tool for the G20 delegates while in Bali. There are a total of 656 electric cars, including 123 units of the Genesis G80 and 226 units of the Hyundai Ioniq.
Previously, on Friday (25/3), President Joko Widodo inaugurated the Ultra Fast Charging public electric vehicle charging station in Nusa Dua, Badung, Bali. The charging station was presented as a supporting facility for the G20 Summit, which peaked in November.
“The G20 presidency is an excellent opportunity for us to demonstrate our various commitments to reducing CO2 emissions through the use of electric cars during the G20 Summit,” said President Joko Widodo.
Toyota Indonesia has not provided an official statement regarding the Toyota bZ4X, but based on information on the official Toyota Global website, it is stated that “bZ4X is scheduled to be launched in all regions starting mid-2022.”