Toyota revealed Nissan Juke rival concept car CH-R

June 19, 2016 at 17:36

Toyota has brought to the Frankfurt Motor Show concept car new CH-R, an early version of which was shown at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. The current pre-production prototype is a harbinger of a compact crossover that will compete with Nissan Juke.
The concept is built on a new platform TNGA already underlying fourth-generation hybrid Prius. The Japanese claim that this architecture will be 35-65 percent stronger structures used in current models.

Toyota CH-R picture

Toyota CH-R pics

Crossover Toyota CH-R received a hybrid power plant, which went into the petrol engine, brand new electric motor and a lightweight battery pack. The Japanese said that the thermal efficiency of the internal combustion engine has increased by 40 percent compared with the previous analogs.

Toyota CH-R pics

Toyota CH-R image

The updated prototype CH-R is differs from the one presented in Paris by including doors for rear passengers, other 21-inch wheels and exterior mirror housings other.
Representatives of Japanese companies said they expect to submit a marketable version of the compact crossover in the spring of 2016 at the Geneva Motor Show.

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