Toyota C-HR Concept might debut in production form in Geneva image
A production version of the Toyota C-HR Concept is believed to debut at the next year’s Geneva Motor Show.
If you happened to dig the new Toyota C-HR Concept, when it was shown at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, in a premiere, than you most likely know what we are talking about when we are saying that a production version of the one-off vehicle might be in the pipeline. According to the guys from Autocar, the information has been confirmed by Toyota but, despite there is nothing official at this point, chances are that this will be called the Auris Cross in Europe.
The new Toyota C-HR Concept is nothing more than a sub-compact crossover and this means that its final production variant will go on sale against models such as the Nissan Juke, the Renault Captur, the Opel Mokka, Chevrolet Trax, Peugeot 2008, Mazda CX-3, Ford EcoSport and so on. The vehicle will be based on the TNGA (Toyota New Generation Architecture) which has made its debut in the new generation of the Prius. The C-HR will be slotting below the current RAV4 and it will be offered with petrol and diesel engines under its hood, along with a hybrid system as well. Speaking about its design, this will be toned down compared to the concept’s and chances are it will be significantly different. More details on the final production version of the one-off model are limited for the moment.