The Scion C-HR concept shown off in red for the LA Auto Show, front three-quarter view.
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What you're looking at here is (probably) the Toyota C-HR, ahead of its official debut at next week's Geneva Motor Show. As the tweet from Carscoops below shows, the design remains practically identical to the five-door concepts that the company showed as a Scion (pictured above) at last year's LA Auto Show and as a Toyota in Frankfurt.

Only minor tweaks were made between concept and production. The headlights now have sharper angles compared to the rounded units on the show car, and the front end gains an extra intake below the Toyota badge but above the lower fascia. The C-HR continues to have a floating roof, which looks great. The overall shape reminds us just a little of the Nissan Juke because of the big fenders and hidden handles for the rear doors.

Toyota already confirmed the C-HR will debut in Geneva with a hybrid powertrain. There's no official word about other engines just yet. The CUV rides on the Toyota New Global Architecture, which also underpins the latest Prius. With Scion dead, we eventually expect the crossover to arrive here as a Toyota. Expect official details to arrive at the March 1 reveal in Switzerland.



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