TORONTO, ON., (September 22, 2014) - The TOYOTA C-HR Concept introduces an expressive new, diamond architecture styling theme to the segment. Below a compact, sensual cabin profile, the lower bodywork has been sculpted to represent the facetted surfaces of a highly-durable, precision-cut gemstone.
The front of the TOYOTA C-HR Concept is not only a further development of Toyota's Under Priority and Keen Look design identity, but also introduces new styling themes which hint at a future design direction for Toyota vehicles.
From the side, the highly-facetted lower body, muscular wheel arches and aggressively angular rear shoulder are juxtaposed with an exceptionally sleek cabin profile.
Highly-distinctive, aero-inspired, floating rear lamp clusters further enhance the broad shoulders of the TOYOTA C-HR Concept's lower bodywork.
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