Toyota C-HR Set for Production Debut in March 2016

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The production version of the Toyota C-HR, a Nissan Juke Rival, is due to arrive at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2016. 

Toyota has already shown two different versions of the C-HR, the most recent of which came at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Though the design stayed mostly the same, the concept gained two doors, likely because the production version will only be offered as a five-door hatchback.

SEE ALSO: Toyota C-HR is a Fun to Drive Hybrid Crossover

The C-HR will be built on Toyota’s new TNGA modular architecture, which just made its production debut supporting the new Toyota Prius. A hybrid version of the C-HR has already been confirmed by Toyota, though details on gasoline-powered versions are still in the dark. A small four-cylinder engine mated to a CVT is a likely powertrain for the new small crossover.

With the 2016 Prius offering up to 55 mpg, the C-HR will almost certainly be the most efficient vehicle in its class.

[Source: Autocar]

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  • Jonny_Vancouver

    I’m looking forward to this.

  • We can’t get a new Scion Toaster (okay, okay, xB), but this crazy thing gets greenlit–as a Toyota?

  • Jeff T

    It won’t look like that in production as those panels would cost a lot to make. About as practical as a bag of bricks on a canoe trip. Toyota hybrid so it would be all show no go. The tailights would decapitate pedestrians but the mirrors look sick. Not sure about the market for this vehicle. Not practical and not sporty. They have the crz for that.

  • Bug S Bunny

    How would the tailights decapitate pedestrians unless the car was going 70+ in reverse?

  • Don’t judge my driving. 😉

  • Toyota has the CR-Z?

  • UncleCoconut

    Toyota is still making some of the most dangerous cars available to consumers in the way of outward visibility. Toyota sacrifices safety for design. I wonder how the insurance industry will rate the thing? Oh it looks cool all right but why have side glass that is less than 6 inches high and worse with no lane changing side cameras that Honda offers? WTF Toyota? The Scions xD and XB after 2006 that you designed with some of the largest blind spots at the very rear pillar makes changing lanes a nightmare. Why does Toyota still want to shuck safety? Isn’t it bad enough that “sticking accelerator pedals” among other causes of numerous deaths by Toyota design enough? Now you create accident hazards by removing outward visibility for drivers. Get a clue Toyota consumers want safe vehicles leave sitting in a blind box to the exotic car manufacturers.

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  • Jeff T

    I meant the industry as a whole. The crz has potential but Honda didn’t really execute it right.

  • Fair enough. It should have been the second coming of the CRX.

  • Kinetis

    It’ll probably be a Scion in North America. Scion did say they were getting a CUV.

  • Good point. It also seems like it would overlap too much with the RAV4 in the regular Toyota lineup.

    I still think one of the big problems with wagons like the C-HR (besides the rubbish “alphabet soup” designation) is that the swoopy curves tend to severely hamper the “utility” portion of the vehicle’s category. It would probably be better to call this something like a SRV or “Soft-Road Vehicle.”