The Toyota C-HR concept was presented for the first time in Canada on Monday at the 2016 Quebec City Auto Show. It’s the same as the Scion C-HR that debuted in Los Angeles last November. The name change, obviously, comes from Toyota’s recent decision to drop the Scion brand within a year.
C-HR stands for Compact size and High Ride height. Styling is mostly inspired from a diamond with sheered sides. Spectacular 21” wheels, round fender flares, bright body paint, and a piano-black roof add to its head-turning looks. Unfortunately, the interior remains a secret.
The production version of the Toyota C-HR will be unveiled this week and sold later in 2016, quite possibly as a rival of the Mazda CX-3 and Honda HR-V. Don’t miss our coverage of the 2016 Geneva Auto Show!