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A challenger for the Nissan Juke-R.

It doesn't have a C-HR engine under the hood.

Frankfurt

And its design evokes primal forces of nature

Design evokes the fiery forces of nature.

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Pricier than competitors, but every C-HR has advanced safety features.

It comes with plenty of standard features and funky style.

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Though a C-HR might make more sense in the American market.

We would welcome any sporty car Toyota gives us.

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At least in Japan, but expect the powertrain to come to America

Don't expect the 1.2-turbo to appear in the US.

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The 2017 Toyota 86 replaces the Scion FR-S, but the renamed model benefits from more power and sharper styling. We'll see it at the upcoming New York Auto Show.

Geneva

The new C-HR marks Toyota's entry into the ultra-competitive sub-compact CUV market, with a car heavily inspired by the concept. It'd have made a great Scion.

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Images of the production Toyota C-HR have leaked online ahead of the five-door crossover's official debut at the Geneva Motor Show.

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Toyota will debut the production version of the C-HR crossover concept at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and the powertrain lineup includes a hybrid. The CUV should eventually arrive in the US, too.

Spy Shots

Toyota might debut the production version of the C-HR concept at the Geneva Motor Show, but these spy shots show development of the rakish compact crossover is still underway.

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