C-HR By Toyota With New Concept: Preview The Future
The new C-HR concept, on the other hand, is weird in a great way. Even better, it is headed for production and, it will be probably badged a Scion for the United States. That gives it free license to let its freak flag fly. Toyota is globally known for a lot of things, but whimsy and Outlandishness aren’t chief among them. Surely, the new Prius is weird, but not in a fun way.
According to Automotive blog, AutoLoud, There are a number of jarring details in the C-HR’s design by admitting an odd flat plane in the front bumper, headlamps mounted nearly at chest level, a deep swage line rising up before the rear fenders, and a dramatic waistline peak in the rear doors.
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It is expected that the roof-line will be altered to accommodate taller passengers, while the greenhouse should also grow a bit so those same folks can actually see out.
The production version applies the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) that underpins the 2017 Prius, a vehicle that is also making its auto-show debut in Frankfurt.
Not coincidentally, the C-HR concept also is a hybrid, says Toyota, even though the company did not say which, if any, of its power-train components are shared with the Prius. The future production model almost surely will be powered by a naturally aspirated 4 banger and will offer front & all wheel drive, as do all of its contenders.
It is worth noting that just a few steps away on the Frankfurt show floor, Nissan upped its own funkiness quotient by revealing the wild Gripz concept, a production version of which may debut in 2017 as a companion to the Juke.