Toyota C-HR debuts at 2016 Geneva motor show
The Toyota C-HR was revealed at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show which lasts from March 1-March 12. It seems fans have a lot to look forward to in Toyota’s newest and most innovative crossover vehicle.
You can check out some of the other vehicles at the show, here.
The impressive 5-door coupe design presents a cabin reminiscent of the Toyota SUV lineup. Drivers sit up high in this production car model, and the designers focused on a sleek interior with plenty of comfort features.
The four-door silhouette is topped off with a floating roof treatment and is outfitted with tail lamps that could easily do double duty as handles.
Car and Driver calls this sub-compact crossover “weird in a great way.”
The previous iteration of the C-HR had two doors.
Oversized wheels mesh nicely with the swoopy body style, and give the entire vehicle a very grounded look, in spite of its high center.
It’s headed for production late this year. To find out more about the schedule, and when you can schedule a test drive of Toyota’s newest “Angry Bird” vehicle, go ahead and contact us.