Images of the production ready of Toyota's upcoming C-HR crossover have been leaked online.
The images of the new car were leaked online by Carscoops.com. The images show a production ready car the doesn't seem to have changed that much from the concept cars seen at last year's Los Angeles and Frankfurt.
The production ready crossover actually looks a lot more angular than the concept cars thanks to changed headlamps. The pumped up wheelarches and the floating roof design and the hidden rear door latch are still around and look good. The rear has calmed down a bit from the concept days but still has a lot of angular shapes to keep everyone glued to it.
The C-HR is based on Toyota's new global architecture (TNGA) which also underpins the new Prius. Like the Prius, the C-HR will be a hybrid, but Toyota has not yet revealed the exact details of the powertrain.
The C-HR will be officialy unveiled at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.