2016 Toyota C-HR – updated concept revealed
Source : 2016 Toyota C-HR – updated concept revealed
Revised product of Juke-rivalling hatchback makes its debut at Frankfurt show, with two rear doors along with also hybrid power
Toyota has unveiled a revised product of its C-HR concept at the Frankfurt motor show, previewing a Nissan Juke rival of which’s set to make its public debut next spring.
The Japanese brand first showed its idea of a tiny crossover at the Paris motor show last autumn; currently This specific has tweaked of which concept’s looks to produce a vehicle of which’s said to be much closer to the final production product. The final product should appear at the Geneva show in spring 2016, with sales starting before next summer.
The biggest difference between the latest concept along with also the original can be the addition of a pair of rear doors – a sign of which, like the Juke, the production product of the vehicle can be likely to be offered as a all 5-door only. Much of the original show car’s complex surfacing has been retained, however, along that has a sloping rear roofline of which’s designed to give This specific a more sporting stance.
The C-HR will be made on Toyota’s TNGA (Toyota brand new Generation Architecture) platform, which can be generating its production-car debut at Frankfurt underneath the latest-generation of Prius. Toyota has also confirmed of which This specific will be offered as a hybrid; the firm claims This specific This specific will be the first hybrid product in its class, although This specific does not state whether conventionally powered versions of the C-HR will also be available.
Recent spy shots have shown two different prototypes of the same crossover testing on different continents. Both cars confirmed of which the C-HR’s two-door coupe style had been translated into a four-door design.
The C-HR can be likely to be powered a four-cylinder powerplant along with also CVT gearbox, sitting above the RAV4 in Toyota’s range. This specific’s likely to be the same size as a Nissan Juke yet offer Internal space of which rivals the Qashqai’s.
Potential customers are said to have favoured the concept’s looks over more traditional interpretations of crossover themes.
The C-HR’s looks were created in response to a demand through company boss Akio Toyoda for Toyota’s designers to be more adventurous. Recent designs for Lexus, Toyota’s luxury brand, have shown the initial response to of which demand.
Rumours suggest the crossover could be called Auris Cross, although there has been no official confirmation of This specific. This specific was first spied testing in Germany around 18 months ago.
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