unequivocal – Compact, raised off the ground and with a decidedly “out of the box” look. the new Toyota C-HR It will follow in the footsteps of the model on the market today, which, six years after its launch, thanks to its courageous and original style, remains by far the favorite hybrid crossover of Italian motorists (last January more than 60,000 units were sold in our country). The appearance of the new model that may reach the agency At the end of 2023via a photo roundup published by the Japanese house.
Designed in France – baptized Toyota C-HR Introduction, the prototype that represented the production model was born on the drawing boards of Toyota European Design Development, the elegance center in the south of France (located in the northwest suburbs of Antibes, in the heart of the Cote d’Azur) that designed the first generation of the electrified crossover. The first official photos show the car infuture setting Very similar to the one it will replace. The overhangs continue to be shortened, which, thanks to the larger wheels, increase ground clearance and give the body more presence on the road.
Method and engines – in the formation of forms Toyota C-HR Introduction The designers played with alternating fluid and sharp surfaces. The result was a car that was bolder and “sharper” than the current Toyota C-HR, but also smaller, sleeker and above all – the designers promise – more practical and comfortable. For the front, which now features slimmer headlights and a smaller grille, inspiration came from the pointed shark nose. To give more vitality to the look it itself It certainly does not go unnoticedFinally, it provides tri-color paint for the bodywork, with darker colors for the rear mudguard area and roof. As far as the mechanics are concerned, there is not much information available at the moment: the new generation model will definitely be a hybrid, and the range will be “personified” by a new element Plugin version Which is supposed to be able to travel even a few tens of kilometers without questioning the petrol engine.
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