The production version of the prototype C-HR Toyota has been confirmed to be presented in the framework of the upcoming Geneva motor show that will take place in the month of march.
Orne of the news that Toyota will be in the month of march to the Geneva motor show, will be the production version of the prototype C-HR. It is a sort of rival for the Nissan Juke, which we met first in the Paris motor show and a few weeks ago we were able to appreciate in a version that will evolve and something closer to a production vehicle in the series, at the iaa in Frankfurt.
The biggest difference between the prototype shown in Frankurt and its original version, it was related to the addition of rear doors, which could be an indicator that the model will finally arrive at the dealers will only be offered with bodywork of five doors. However, it is still early to know if the design of dynamic aspect, with a fall ceiling well pronounced will remain in the production model.
The Toyota C-HR will make use of the modular architecture TNGA (Toyota New Generation Architecture), the same on which is based the latest generation of the Prius, presented at a recent. This architecture allowed the japanese brand to the creation of vehicles with a chassis more rigid, better dynamic performance and greater comfort.
Under the hood is expected to use an engine four-cylinder, associated to an automatic transmission type CVT. But there will also be a hybrid version, which will make use of a motor and batteries that are smaller, with the objective of achieving optimal energy efficiency.