In what appears to probably be images of the Toyota C-HR, one of the three cars that will be showcased by the Japanese Automaker at the Geneva Motor Show on the 1st of March. The design remains similar to the five door concepts that the automaker showcased as The Scion at the 2015 LA Auto Show and as a Toyota at the Frankfurt Auto Show the same year.
Minor tweaks appear to have been made between concept and production ready models. The noticeable changes are in the design of the headlamps and the front end. The headlights have sharper angles compared to the rounded and tame looking ones of the concept car. The front end gains an extra intake below the Toyota badge. The overall shape retains the big fenders and the hidden handles for the rear doors. The wheels have an unique design that adds a lot of character to the car.
The Toyota CH-R will debut at Geneva with a hybrid power train. Toyota has not released any information about the powerplant for the CH-R. With the Scion project dead, the crossover is likely the CH-R. The C-SUV is based on the Toyota New Global Architecture which also underpins the latest Prius. We will know more details in less than a week now at the Geneva Motor Show.
Apart from the CH-R, Toyota will showcase two other models at the Geneva Motor Show. Check them out!
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