Toyota has announced its vehicle highlights for the upcoming Paris Motor Show, from 27 September. The Paris Motor show will see the European Premiere of the New Prius Plugin Hybrid, a car built on a Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, and boasting exceptional efficiency thanks to its new plug-in hybrid powertrain.
Aside from the Prius Plugin Hybrid, Toyota will be showcasing the FCV Plus. With this concept, Toyota examines how future hydrogen cars can contribute to society. A portion of the grandstand at the Paris show will be dedicated to the anticipated Toyota C-HR.Crossover SUV. This C-segment crossover makes its full public debut at Paris, following its first preview at the recent Geneva motor show.
The new Toyota C-HR, aka Coupé High-Rider, remains remarkably true to the general features of the concept-cars that attracted so much public attention in Paris in 2014 and in Frankfurt in 2015. Its coupe-like lines are a testimony to the resolve of its designers to create a style that stands out in the Toyota range, and to establish a new direction amongst mid-sized crossovers.