The Toyota C-HR looks like a kinder, gentler Nissan Juke.
Bulging front and rear fenders and a sculpted mid-section give the C-HR an edgier stance than other Toyota models.
The C-HR is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture, the same underpinnings that support the new Prius.
European customers will have their choice of a 1.8-liter hybrid, putting out 120 horsepower, or a 1.2-liter turbo, knocking out 133 horses.
The US will most likely get a 2.0-liter engine mated to a continuously variable transmission.
Look for the Toyota C-HR to hit America in the spring of 2017.
The sloped roof and rising shoulder line make for a neatly buttoned up greenhouse.
Inward facing boomerang taillights bring a distinctive edge to the rear fascia.
Pricing has not been announced, but we expect the new C-HR start somewhere around $24,000.