Pictures of Toyota’s new subcompact crossover have leaked online before its debut in a few days time at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show.

The C-HR is based on Toyota’s new TNGA modular architecture, which was first used on the latest Prius. Details on the crossover’s powertrain are still in the dark, though Toyota has confirmed that a hybrid version will be offered when it launches.

Competitors for the new C-HR include the Nissan Juke, Mazda CX-3, Jeep Renegade Honda HR-V and Chevy Trax. The model was originally planned as a Scion, but the entire Scion brand was killed off before the C-HR arrived.

Toyota C-HR sales are supposed to start in early 2017.


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