Toyota C-HR crossover concept previews new design language

Toyota has released first details and pictures of the new C-HR crossover concept ahead of its debut next week at the Paris motor show.

The hybrid-powered compact crossover is not just a concept, but also introduces an expressive new design approach with a diamond styling theme, featuring a new frontal treatment with narrow LED headlights incorporated into the front grille, along with vertical strips of LED daytime running lights.

The concept also has muscular wheel arches, angular rear shoulders, floating rear lamp clusters at the rear and a very low body.

The show car also gives an early hint of a kind of vehicle Toyota would like to bring to market. Rumour is that the production car will sit below the RAV4 and could wear the “Auris Cross” moniker.

Toyota C-HR concept 2

 


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