In most car categories, Toyota has something new to offer to surprise both fans and rivals. One of the new cars will be the 2017 Toyota C-HR as a new SUV with the high standard of construction. They will present it at Geneva Motor Show in 2016 and it will fill the demand in new compact crossover C class. The concept was presented to public for the first time at Paris Motor Show last year.
From the concept presentation, it will be made as a new C-HR under the name Toyota Auris Cross. Nissan Qashqai surely will be the direct competitor for 2017 C-HR.
2017 Toyota C-HR Specs
The most interesting report to tell you is that it is a compact crossover hybrid car that will go with innovative concept. Toyota has a plan to combine the new design with agile performance through hybrid drive configuration for 2017 Toyota C-HR. With the use of new platform, its length is 4,350 mm and width is 1m850 mm while the height is 1,500 mm and the wheelbase is 2,640 mm. The concept showed that it will be a three-door car but it seems that it is possible to see new 2017 Toyota C-HR with five doors. It means that the car might get similar dimensions, interior design and comfort as Toyota RAV4.
2017 Toyota C-HR Engine
Speaking about the engine hybrid concept, it is quite promising if Toyota will offer some engine options. Although there is no confirmation yet about the possible engine to offer, many reviews from reliable sources stated that the most possible option could be D-4D diesel engines and gasoline. There will be a great combination of gasoline and electric motor to create hybrid setup. It has front wheel drive and the optional is all-four wheels setup for 2017 Toyota C-HR.
2017 Toyota C-HR Release Date
As we said at the very first beginning that the release date for 2017 Toyota C-HR could be started in this year at Geneva Motor Show. Its price tag has not been declared by the official. We do hope that the company would like to share some information regarding to the price tag so that the fans could anticipate its cost. Although all information is gained from some reliable sources, we cannot claim that the information is totally accurate. Porsche might have another plan since the 2017 is still far away from now on. Therefore, we still recommend you to wait further details about this car.