In the Tesla, such a control stick does not seem to work for a meter, since you just have to transfer. So let's hope Lexus uses a variable gear ratio, so you always only have to make a quarter turn to the left or right with your hands. Anyway, the Lexus RZ 450e doesn't seem to be the first Toyota model to have a "yoke." We have already spotted half of the steering wheel on interior photos of the Toyota bZ4X.
You can see that both cars are related by the design of the dashboard, with a small digital cockpit far away from the driver at one end of a kind of 'tunnel'. The Lexus, Toyota and Subaru are on the Toyota Group's new e-TNGA platform. The RZ 450e has two electric motors and four-wheel drive. The exact specs are not yet known. The Toyota bZ4X with 4WD has 218 hp, 336 Nm and a range of 516 kilometers on its 71.4 kWh battery.
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