Toyota's funky compact crossover gets more power and more attitude.
Toyota says 75 percent of all European C-HR sales are the hybrid. This new concept adds an unspecified amount of power to that gas-electric model.
The C-HR is no shrinking violet visually, but matte paint and orange detailing really makes it even more visually arresting.
Toyota's ED2 design studio in the south of France worked on the Hy-Power concept.
The C-HR was originally designed to be a Scion model in North America, but the model became a Toyota when the Scion brand was folded.
That's a lot of orange.
The C-HR already has a diamond design theme to its sheetmetal, and the Hy-Power's new orange accents carry the theme out even further.
Toyota also offers all-wheel drive in other markets, but not in the States.
That's matte dark carbon silver paint set off by gloss black and burning orange details.
The C-HR's aesthetic was never intended to be for everyone, and this Hy-Power treatment is no less assertive.
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