Compact crossover has proven to be a success for the brand.
The new Toyota C-HR is predicted to bring a modern, futuristic design when it debuts later this month.
The compact C-HR, which is the smallest crossover model in the Toyota’s range, will come with a full-width rear lightbar which has become a common sight in the segment. The light bar also incorporates both Toyota and C-HR names. An initial teaser image showcases the eye-catching design feature, while the silhouette also reveals boxy wheel arches, giving the C-HR a chunky, off-road-inspired look.
Toyota has already given a glimpse of what the new model could look like with the C-HR Prologue concept, which was designed to showcase an idea of what the model might resemble when it debuts on June 26.
The previous-generation car was well-known for its angular and futuristic exterior design, making it stand out in the class.
However, this new version is expected to introduce a more tech-heavy interior with some of Toyota’s latest features such as a large touchscreen infotainment setup and smartphone integration systems like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.
It’ll also be offered with a ‘regular’ hybrid engine alongside a new plug-in hybrid system that’ll give drivers the ability to travel on fully electric power for a certain number of miles. Further details of this are expected to be released at the car’s debut.
The C-HR enters into a segment with a number of rivals, including the Volkswagen Taigo and Seat Ateca.