The Japanese based automaker Toyota has officially pulled the wraps off its newest product, the one-off C-HR Concept, in a world premiere, during the 2014 Paris Motor Show.
The Toyota C-HR Concept has started its public life just a few days ago when the first images with it have leaked all over the web. The company took advantage of this situation and immediately confirmed it and announced that it will be making its public debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show, which it already did. The model in question has received features such as the vertical strips of the daytime running lights, LED headlights merging with the front grille and so on.
The one-off vehicle is also getting the muscular wheel arches, the raised suspension system, plastic body cladding, LED taillights and several other tweaks. The carmaker says that the model has a hybrid powertrain underneath its hood. The new Toyota C-HR Concept will eventually give birth to a new crossover, which will be part of the Auris family, and chances are that it might wear the Auris Cross moniker, being offered in a five-door body style, rivaling models such as the Nissan Qashqai. More details on the one-off vehicle are limited for the moment.