Toyota C-HR Next Generation Rendering Adopts Unique Design bZ4X

The Toyota C-HR has been around for a long time. While the new subcompact crossover was introduced in the US in 2018, the production version of the C-HR Concept first made its debut in 2016. Needless to say, it’s time for Toyota to introduce the second-generation C-HR.

We haven’t seen a prototype of the new generation C-HR being tested on the road yet, but we do know that the Japanese automaker is working on the next model. And since the nameplate has become known for its distinctive proportions, we don’t expect anything from the automaker for its follow-up.

To help us imagine what the next Toyota C-HR will look like, our artists have created a graphical representation or prediction, if you can, based on what the current bZ4X will look like. Given that Toyota’s first mass-market EV represents the automaker’s future, and the fact that the new Aygo X also shares the same design language, Toyota could step in this direction in terms of styling.

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Just like the bZ4X and Aygo X, the proposed next-generation C-HR also comes with bold black elements, especially noticeable on the rear panel and chunky grille. The lights and roof, on the other hand, are taken straight from a pint-sized city crossover.

At some point, the rendering also bears a resemblance to the Lexus RZ – the luxury brand’s first all-electric SUV. For the record, the RZ also uses the e-TNGA platform, along with the Toyota bZ4x and Subaru Solterra. The unofficial C-HR renders also come in different proportions from the previous model, which should be a deciding factor for the nameplate.

There is no exact date yet for the arrival of the next C-HR, but it is expected to arrive sometime between late 2023 and early 2024.

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