Hunted the Toyota C-HR in its north american version

Toyota C-HR (EEUU) - foto espía

The new Toyota C-HR hunted in its american version.

, While the world debut of the new Toyota C-HR took place during the Geneva motor show 2016 last march, we had to wait until today to take a first look at the specific version for the u.s. market this crossover which, remember, will come to the market to cope with the Nissan Qashqai and SsangYong Korando, among others.

In particular, and as we have said above, in these spy photos you can see the version of the Toyota C-HR that will be sold in north America. A version that, initially it was going to be sold under the brand Scion, but after the announcement of its closure, finally the plans were changed and will be marketed in the u.s. market under the brand Toyota, as in the rest of the world.

If we compare the unit tests of these pictures with the european version of the C-HR, everything seems to indicate that there will be some changes. Although all of them “minor.” Be seen a few bumpers, revised as well as some front and rear lights modified in order to comply with u.s. federal regulations.

Toyota C-HR (EEUU) - foto espía

In a first moment, the toyota C-HR was to be sold under the brand Scion.

In regard to subparagraph (mechanical, there is nothing official, but it is expected that in the united States the new Toyota C-HR is placed next to a new 2.0-liter engine with four cylinders and a automatic gearbox type CVT. It would be offered standard with front-wheel drive, while optionally would be offered the all-wheel-drive. It will also be one of the first Toyota that will have of the series (in America) with the automatic braking system.

By the way, this testing unit Toyota C-HR american has been hunted near Ann Arbor, a city located in the state of Michigan and Washtenaw county. When will arrive at dealers in the united States? Is expected to be available at the end of this year or the beginning of 2017. The first deliveries would take place from the spring of the next year.