Called the C-HR, the concept is designed to represent an "innovative vision for a compact crossover model", incorporating "a new design language with an engaging driving experience and a hybrid powertrain." The Japanese industrial giant isn't saying much else, but the C-HR is set to debut alongside the finalized exterior design for its upcoming new fuel cell sedan.
Toyota, of course, became a pioneer in the compact crossover segment when it introduced the first-generation RAV4 way back in 1994. If the silhouette is anything to go by, however, the C-HR concept appears to adopt a far more streamlined form. Watch this space for more.
Toyota will present a new C-HR concept vehicle at the Paris motor show (2 – 19 October), revealing the company's innovative vision for a compact crossover model.
The C-HR concept combines a powerful new design language with an engaging driving experience and a hybrid powertrain. It will take centre stage on the Toyota stand in hall 4 at the show.
Paris will also host the first European appearance of the finalised exterior design of Toyota's Fuel Cell Sedan, which is due to be launched in Europe next year.
Toyota will host a press conference on its stand in Hall 4 at 8am on 2 October.