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2017 Toyota C-hr Revealed

After Several Concept Car Teases, The Toyota C-hr Has Finally Made Its Debut In Production Trim, Appearing This Week At The 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The Vehicle Is Toyota's Entry Into The Burgeoning Subcompact Crossover Category.

The Production C-hr Retains Quite A Bit Of The Previous Concept's Funky Lines. The Bulbous Wheel Wells, Low Roofline, And Boomerang-like Taillights Are All Recognizable. The Rear Door Handles Are Also Obscured, Like On The Similarly-sized Honda Hr-v. Blacked-out Rear Pillars Help Create A "floating Roof" Look, And The Rear Spoiler Is Supposed To Appear To Float As Well.

The C-hr Uses The Same Toyota New Global Architecture (tnga) Platform As The 2016 Prius. It Will Have A Hybrid Powertrain Option Alongside Conventional Gasoline Powertrains. That Would Make It Toyota's Third Hybrid Crossover, After The Hybrid Versions Of The Highlander And Rav4.

Confirmed So Far Is A Hybrid Drivetrain, Good For 120 Horsepower. Alternatively, There Is A Turbocharged 1.2-liter Engine With 113 Hp. Specifications For The United States Will Be Announced When The C-hr Makes Its Local Debut, Most Likely At The 2016 New York Auto Show Later This Month.

Toyota Originally Planned To Sell The C-hr Here As A Scion, And Even Unveiled A Scion-badged C-hr Concept At The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show Last Fall. But The Company Subsequently Decided To Kill Scion, Claiming The "youth Brand" Had Outlived Its Usefulness. So The C-hr Will Be Sold Here As A Toyota Instead.

The C-hr Has Come A Long Way From The 2014 Paris Auto Show, Where It First Appeared As A Concept. Toyota Showed Subsequent Concepts At The 2015 Frankfurt And L.a. Shows, And Even Unveiled A Racing Version Earlier This Year For The Nürburgring 24 Hours. This Production Version Should Be In Showrooms Later This Year, As A 2017 Model.
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