Toyota’s first compact crossover C-HR model was first unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show and has been launched in the new car market, including Taiwan, followed by a minor facelift in 2019. The new model is expected to debut in autumn 2023 as Toyota 2023 new model, while the all-electric model may have to wait until after 2024.
Toyota’s first compact crossover C-HR, which was first unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, is due for a minor facelift in 2019 and will be the brand’s first purely electric model. Although no information about the new model has been revealed, the Japanese media has released a sketch of the new model. The front end of the model is expected to retain its sporty base, but the front end of the model will feature the new generation of Toyota branding.
The Japanese press has recently released a sketch of the new model, which retains its crossover sport-utility look but incorporates the styling of the bZ Compact SUV to give it a more avant-garde front-end look.
The revised C-HR is expected to adopt the updated TNGA-C modular chassis architecture and incorporate the new generation 2.0-litre hybrid and E-Four electronic four-wheel drive settings. In terms of chassis configuration, the revised C-HR is expected to feature an updated TNGA-C modular chassis configuration, a new-generation 2.0-litre hybrid configuration and, for the first time, E-Four electronic four-wheel drive. The new generation C-HR will also be equipped with TSS 3.0 active safety system, which provides improved active safety assistance through enhanced detection and prevention features.