Toyota C-HR Concept On Display At 2015 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show

Posted: Sep 16 2015, 9:01am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 16 2015, 9:06am CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles

Toyota C-HR Concept on Display at 2015 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show
  • Toyota C-HR concept to hit the market in 2016!

The Toyota hybrid cross over vehicle concept is currently on display at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show.

Toyota recently unveiled its C-HR concept at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show. The C-HR concept shows a stylish and compact hybrid crossover vehicle. The Toyota vehicle will enter the market relatively soon.

According to Toyota the C-HR concept will be available in the market by 2016. The automaker is hoping to launch the model by March of 2016. The model is expected to be unveiled at the Geneva International Motor show next year.

Currently the C-HR concept is being displayed at the 2015 IAA Frankfurt Motor Show. The display shows the C-HR concept by Toyota is a five door vehicle.

The C-HR concept was created by Toyota to explore new directions for compact crossovers. The concept car is slated to make its debut in an increasingly homogeneous marketplace. The C-HR concept first came into existence back in 2014.

The C-HR concept was first presented as a design study at the 2014 Paris Motor. The visual of the concept are especially distinctive. The styling of the concept has been inspired from a diamond. The details of the concept are pretty eye-catching. The sculpting of the vehicle brings to mind the facetted surfaces of a precision-cut gemstone.

The design of the concept was also created with commercialization in mind. The concept changed from a three-door to a five-door format for practicality. Similarly the colors were changed from a two-tone i.e. blue and black to a uniform glossy black.

The C-HR concept was created with the help of the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA). The TGNA is a new development program for vehicle by Toyota.

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