Toyota has given us a preview of the all-new C-HR ahead of its full reveal later this month.
All we are shown is the compact SUV’s rear silhouette and taillight signature which features an illuminated ‘Toyota C-HR’ badge in the middle.
It’s also enough of a glimpse to make out what the second generation model’s design has been inspired by, and that would be the C-HR prologue concept which was revealed at the end of 2022.
Much of the C-HR’s looks seem to have remained faithful to the concept based on various spy images and the teaser, with the car boasting a jacked up coupe-like body style that appears very busy but exciting nonetheless.
The production model will also feature Toyota’s ‘Hammerhead’ design language up front, as found on the bZ4X and Prius.
As for its platform, reports suggest the new C-HR will ride on the TNGA-C architecture which means it’ll get a hybrid powertrain like the Prius.
Plans to bring the model to New Zealand aren’t immediately clear at this time.
The new Toyota C-HR will be revealed in full on 26 June 2023 at 6pm NZST.