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The recently revealed C-HR Prologue Concept offers us an early look at just what the next Toyota C-HR will look like.

07 Dec 2022 | International News : Japan


Toyota has expressed its intentions to take the Toyota C-HR to an even higher level, and has demonstrated how they will do so with the new Toyota C-HR prologue concept.

The new C-HR prologue was created at ED, Toyota's European Design Development centre in Southen France - the same creative hub that produced the current C-HR.

A more spacious interior is promised for the next C-HR
The exterior of the C-HR possesses larger wheels and shorter overhangs, which enhance the car's stance from every angle. Despite the more sporty aesthetic, the interior is more spacious and practical.

An organic design language has been developed in which two seemingly opposing values cause surfaces to reshape and flow. 

The C-HR has a 'hammerhead' face which is part of a 3D architecture created by interlocking shapes and a strong lighting signature. Grille apertures have been reduced in size, and the head lights have been slimmed down.

A new Toyota C-HR Plug-in, using batteries assembled in Europe, will be offered in addition to a hybrid electric version
The C-HR prologue also introduces a third colour accent - sulphur, over metal silver and recycled carbon black.

Toyota claims that it is committed to achieving carbon neutrality, and providing a wider choice of electrification options in the largest, most competitive segment of Europe's car market.

Thus, a new C-HR Plug-in, using batteries assembled in Europe, will be offered in addition to a hybrid electric version, strengthening Toyota's multi-technology lineup.

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