Toyota C-HR Concept: A Hybrid Crossover For Smart Drivers
The 2014 Paris Auto Show may think of changing its name to Hybrid Auto Show since there will be a lot of new hybrid car concepts being introduced. And the latest name that has just been unveiled is Toyota’s all-new C-HR Concept.
It’s a stylized, three-door compact crossover model made to stir up interest and give us a very rough idea of what Toyota is planning for the near future in this category. C-HR is a beautiful concept that displays an emphatic new design language with an agile, engaging driving experience and a Hybrid powertrain.
Even now, very few details are known about the car. Toyota called their new design inspiration as following a “diamond styling theme.” Beneath the flowing cabin profile, the lower bodywork has been sculpted to create faceted surfaces, like the precision cutting of a gemstone.
Toyota’s design team is excitedly introducing their work with the noble description:
“The frontal treatment marks a development of Toyota’s current design cues and the introduction of themes, which signal a future direction for Toyota vehicles.”
“In profile, the faceted treatment of the lower body, the muscular wheel arches and angular rear shoulders are juxtaposed with an exceptionally sleek cabin profile. At the rear, distinctive, aero-inspired floating rear lamp clusters add further emphasis to the vehicle’s broad-shouldered look.”
Everything is ready to be presented at the 2014 Paris Auto Show.
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