The production version of the Toyota C-HR crossover will finally debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show next month, after a number of concepts of the car being displayed at other shows. The first concept of the C-HR appeared in 2014, so it’s taken Toyota a while to get this one production ready.
The SUV will include a hybrid powertrain option, Although Toyota haven’t released any details yet. The C-HR will be built at an existing Toyota factory in Turkey, for the European market, Toyota said in a press release.
The C-HR will be Toyota’s second hybrid crossover, alongside the recently-introduced RAV4 Hybrid.
We’re not sure what powertrain the C-HR hybrid will use but it will most likely be smaller than the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine found in the RAV 4 Hybrid.
Source: Green Car Reports