Toyota is planning to reveal its newest baby crossover, the C-HR, in just a couple weeks.
The European edition of the C-HR debuted at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year, but now it’s time for its North American introduction and full details of the configuration it will take on this side of the Atlantic. We know that the C-HR will be a four-door subcompact CUV and rides pretty low for a crossover, much like Mazda’s CX-3, and Toyota even gave us a full preview of what to expect from the highly customizable interior.
Expect to see front-wheel drive in base models with an option for all-wheel drive and a multi-link rear suspension that should offer some engaging dynamic to match its sporty, coupe-like design. The Geneva car featured the Prius’s 122-horsepower 1.8-liter hybrid powertrain, but we should see a non-hybrid version as well, likely powered by a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine paired to a continuously variable transmission, while the diesel option has been taken off the table.
The reveal is set for Thursday, November 17th, and viewers can tune in to the livestream at 12:45 p.m. PST.
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