Is Toyota going to unveil a new small crossover in Geneva?

The subcompact crossover segment is growing insanely fast with the introduction of models, like the Chevy Trax, Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3. Toyota may soon jump into the segment with a new smaller crossover that could debut as early as the next Geneva Motor Show in March.

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The subcompact crossover segment is growing insanely fast with the introduction of models, like the Chevy Trax, Honda HR-V and Mazda CX-3. Toyota may soon jump into the segment with a new smaller crossover that could debut as early as the next Geneva Motor Show in March.
The new small crossover will reportedly borrow styling cues from the C-HR concept that debuted last year, but it will have four doors instead of two. Toyota Europe’s sales chief Karl Schlict recently stated, “The C-HR is obviously exaggerated, it’s a concept car. Stretched, bigger wheels, whatever – but something like that, we’re going to do. We’re serious about it, yes.”

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The small crossover is expected to be offered in some markets with small gasoline and diesel four-cylinder engines. Stay tuned.

Source: CarAdvice