2014 Paris Motor Show Preview: Toyota shows first official photos with C-HR Concept

Article by Andrew Christian, on September 22, 2014

After this weekend’s leaked photos, Toyota officially released the first images with its brand new C-HR Concept that will be introduced next month at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. According to the Japanese carmaker, the C-HR represents a vision for a hybrid compact crossover that will display a new design language.

The C-HR Concept introduces a new diamond styling theme with sculpted lower bodywork and a flowing cabin profile. The front end also marks a development of the current design cues featured on Toyota vehicles and previews the future direction.

Seen from the side, the vehicle shows muscular wheel arches and angular rear shoulders, while at the rear the aero-inspired floating taillamps add further emphasis. We already told you that the C-HR Concept previews the production version of the Auris Cross or the crossover version of the popular Auris.

The new model will be slotted beneath the RAV4 and the production version will likely be offered with a five-door configuration.

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