The Toyota C-HR Crossover Concept
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Ordinarily this is a concept one of many that will be on display at this year’s Paris Motorshow, Toyota’s C-HR Concept crossover showcases a new design language for a mooted hybrid-powered compact crossover. The “diamond theme” is the approach taken by Toyota’s stylists, the theory being that the sculpted body work has the precision of a machine cut gemstone. If the C-HR Concept were to make it into production, or at least a toned down variant, then it would seek to challenge the Nissan Juke. Toyota-C-H-R-Concept However Toyota’s Paris motorshow bound concept marks a departure from its previous concept efforts because its been designed at it’s European design headquarters in Sophia-Antipolis, France. Toyota have admitted their design approach has been “rational” over the last few years, the European team of designers believe changes must be made to the exterior designs if Toyota is to challenge the likes of the Nissan Qashqai, a model which has dethroned the Toyota Rav4 as one of Europe’s best selling SUV. The Toyota C-HR Crossover will be unveiled at the Paris Motorshow on October 2nd.Toyota-C-H-R-Concept-Front
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