Based on another stage, the sensational looking idea is 4,350mm (171.2in) long, 1,850mm (72.8in) wide and 1,500mm (59in) high, with a wheelbase of 2,640mm (103.9in).
Toyota says the lower focus of gravity and expanded structural unbending nature will help enormously enhanced driving dynamics.
The C-HR Concept disclosed at the Paris Auto Show 2014 is controlled by another, full half and half powertrain said to convey “altogether enhanced fuel proficiency.
” No points of interest were offered about the crossover framework, yet it is likely the same as the one utilized as a part of the cutting edge Prius. Lets see the Toyota C-HR Car Model at Paris Motor Show 2014…