Toyota C-HR crossover to debut next month in Geneva

Toyota is reportedly going to reveal the production version of the C-HR compact crossover next month at the Geneva Motor Show.

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Toyota is reportedly going to reveal the production version of the C-HR compact crossover next month at the Geneva Motor Show. The aggressive C-HR concept originally debuted back in 2014 in Paris even wore a Scion badge when it debuted in the U.S. at the end of last year.
Now that Scion is dead, the production version of the C-HR will wear a Toyota badge when it arrives. We can expect the production version to be just as aggressive as the concept, which continues Toyota’s plans to offer more exciting vehicles. Under the skin, the C-HR will be based on the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). A hybrid powertrain will also power the small crossover.

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Stay tuned for all the details from the Geneva Motor Show, which kicks off on March 1.

Source: Toyota