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Toyota Debuted U.S. –Bound C-HR Small Crossover in Geneva

Press Release : Toyota C-HR Small Crossover Unveiled in Geneva
2017 Toyota C-HR

2017 Toyota C-HR

Toyota today globally debuted the new C-HR small crossover, which will, reportedly, be available to the U.S. market toward the end of this year or earlier next year.

The C-HR concept was unveiled late last year at the Los Angeles Auto Show and at that time Toyota said it would bring the C-HR into production and expect it to be the next Scion’s iconic vehicle; hence, the sporty and youthful look.  But with the recent announcement of ending the Scion brand, the C-HR will be sold as a Toyota.

“Compact” and “High Ride” as its name suggests, the C-HR retains the eye-catching designs from the concept model.  Just like all Toyota’s new generation vehicles, the C-HR is built based on Toyota’s New Global Architecture platform which underpins the new 2016 Prius.

For European market, the C-HR is powered by Toyota’s latest 1.8 hybrid system or 1.2-L turbo engine, delivering 121 horsepower and 115 hp respectively, the latter will be available with the choice of a six-speed manual or Toyota’s Continuously Variable Transmission.  In addition, Toyota mentioned that a 2-L with CVT will also be available to some markets, so U.S. version will probably be available with 3 engine choices.

2017 Toyota C-HR Small Crossover Hi-Res. Images

2017 Toyota C-HR
2017 Toyota C-HR
2017 Toyota C-HR
2017 Toyota C-HR
2017 Toyota C-HR
2017 Toyota C-HR
2017 Toyota C-HR
2017 Toyota C-HR

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