Toyota Motor Corporation unveiled its all-new C-HR crossover production model at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show, which began on March 1.
The Toyota C-HR will initially be introduced to the Japanese market in 2017 and is scheduled for release in Europe as well from early 2017.
The powertrain lineup consists of a hybrid system that combines a 1.8-liter gasoline engine, in addition to 1.2- and 2.0-liter gasoline engines. The hybrid unit generates a maximum output of 72kW (98hp) and 53kW (72hp) for the engine and motor, respectively. The 1.2-liter gasoline turbo system produces 85kW (116hp) while the 2.0-liter gasoline engine offers 110kW (150hp).
The exterior dimensions are 4,350 x 1,795 x 1,555mm (length x width x height) for the hybrid model and 4,350 x 1,795 x 1,565mm for the gasoline models. It comes standardized with front-wheel drive and an all-wheel drive option is also available for the 1.2-liter model.