Pumped-up wheel arches and aggressive lines are the hallmarks of a new Toyota small SUV concept about to be unveiled. The Toyota C-HR, which will be revealed at the Paris Motor Show next month, has what the Japanese car maker is calling "a bold new dynamic design language".
The blue C-HR concept introduces an expressive new "diamond architecture" styling theme to the segment and features a hybrid powertrain.
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The front view debuts new styling themes that hint at a future design direction for Toyota vehicles - a further development of the company's "under priority" and "keen look" design identity.
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From the side, the highly-faceted lower body, aggressively angular rear shoulders and muscular wheel arches are contrasted with an exceptionally sleek cabin profile.
Highly distinctive, aero-inspired, floating rear light clusters further enhance the broad shoulders of the concept car's lower bodywork.
The Toyota C-HR concept