Toyota to reveal long-awaited production car based on the C-HR Concept

At next week’s Geneva International Motor Show, Toyota will reveal the long-awaited production car based on the C-HR Concept, along with the new, Proace Verso and the new Hilux

Toyota says the C-HR will give it a powerful new presence in the growing, C-segment crossover market. Matching a stunning, five-door coupé design to an elevated SUV-style cabin, it is an engaging driving experience, combined with a contemporary, high-riding driving position. Its dramatic styling is a breakthrough in the segment, and shows the new face of Toyota.

The new Proace Verso is a spacious, large-size MPV, able to carry up to nine people and available in three different body lengths. With a host of advanced safety and convenience features, it is ideal for travel and leisure for families and groups. Like the C-HR, the Proace Verso allows Toyota to expand its range into a new part of the market.

The new Hilux has its European debut in Geneva. With a new design, built on a new and stronger ladder-frame chassis and equipped with a new and more efficient 2.4 D-4D engine, the Hilux is tougher than ever before.


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