Explore the Toyota C-HR Concept and Design
Toyota has been a regular fixture in headlines as of late and the newest addition to the Toyota rumormill stems from the unveiling of the Toyota C-HR at the 2015 Frankfurt International Auto Show. Designed to be a subcompact SUV contender for the Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V, the Toyota C-HR is a sibling of the all-new 2016 Toyota RAV4 Hybrid and promises an equally athletic performance in a smaller eye-catching package. Explore the Toyota C-HR Concept and design here at White River Toyota to find out what the new Toyota model will have to offer when it hits production.
What isn’t there to love about the Toyota C-HR Concept? In its first appearance at the 2014 Paris Auto Show, the Toyota C-HR appeared as a 3-door hatchback and has since morphed into a four-door subcompact SUV with an aggressive style. Foregoing many flashy concept style cues in the new edition, the C-HR is still certain to turn heads and is much closer to what it will resemble when it reached production.
A sleek front end employs narrow headlights and a sporty grille design that creates an eye-catching front end that is further augmented by sharp bold lines on the hood. Bold lines lead the eye to a swooping roofline that flows to the backend where you will find sharp design cues that include boomerang-shaped taillights and a unique trunk space. Diamond-shaped wheels give a new-age flair to the Toyota C-HR design as well.
Even with a bold, aggressive style, everyone wants to know what will be under the hood of the new Toyota subcompact concept. Destined to offer a hybrid variant, the Toyota C-HR will deliver a brilliant combination of athleticism and efficiency to match its trend-setting style. Indications point to base models offering a four-cylinder powertrain with a six-speed automatic transmission and both front- and all-wheel drive configurations.
When the Toyota C-HR goes to production and arrives at White River Toyota, it is expected to be priced lower than its RAV4 relative in the $19,000 range. While nothing is certain at this point in the game, the production-version of the Toyota C-HR is expected to make an appearance early in 2016 at the Detroit or Geneva Auto Show. With the production design making its debut in the spring of 2016, you can look for the Toyota C-HR to be a member of the 2017 Toyota class and arrive at dealerships in the fall of 2016.
Each and every time Toyota finds its way into the headlines it is always an exciting prospect for us here at White River Toyota. Take a second to explore the Toyota C-HR Concept and design, so you know what to expect from the new Toyota subcompact SUV when it arrives. If you can’t wait that long, be sure to consider the 2016 Toyota RAV4 or investigate the redesigned 2016 Toyota Tacoma. Keep an eye on the official White River Toyota Blog for more information on future Toyota models.