First evidence of a new crossover model for the C - segment will give the C - HR Concept Toyota. The extroverted subscribed compact crossover makes its world premiere at the Paris Motor Show ( October 4 to 19 2014) and simultaneously to provide a view on the future development of the Toyota vehicle design. According to the Japanese manufacturer, the optics of the C - HR is inspired by the faces of a gemstone. This can be seen clearly on the muscular wheel arches, the powerful shoulders and the floating taillights, which are to form a contrast to the " exceptionally smooth passenger compartment ".
Furthermore, Toyota says that " the C - HR Concept combines a strong new design language with an exciting driving experience and a hybrid drive ". To what hybrid drive is, for the time being remains under wraps. A production version of the C - HR would probably sit below the RAV4 and could go into production in 2017. In July 2014, a prototype of a higher down Toyota Auris has been spotted on the Nürburgring. It is quite possible that this Erlkönig was a chassis test platform for a C - HR - series version.
A good deal further with the fuel cell car is Toyota FCV. The Fuel Cell Vehicle will reach the Paris Motor Show 2014 in its final design stage and is yet to come next year in the European market . ( sw )