Toyota will reportedly introduce the production version of the C-HR concept during the next year’s Geneva Motor Show.
According to Autocar, Toyota has confirmed the information and has also announced sales will start before the end of the summer. While nothing is official yet, the vehicle could wear the Auris Cross moniker in Europe.
Most likely the Japanese company will offer the new sub-compact crossover only as a five-door model. It will be based on Toyota’s TNGA (Toyota New Generation Architecture) platform that made its debut in the new Prius.
Sitting below the RAV4 in the producer’s model lineup, the C-HR will rival the likes of the Nissan Juke. A hybrid system will be the core of the range, while petrol and diesel variants are also being considered.