Geneva International Motor Show has already started (March 1st – March 13th) and as everybody is having huge expectations from the Toyota, the company is already set to make you happy by introducing 3 new models at the show. Toyota will be unveiling its three breathtaking creations:
Earlier this year Toyota had published a teaser image of the C-HR, a compact crossover, and since then everybody was waiting to see it at Geneva Auto Show. The C-HR, still in its production form, is a brand new addition to the company's convoy, which could be a threat to other contenders in the compact crossover segment.
In 2014 Paris Motor Show, the Toyota Company claimed that it would be bringing up the production version of a new model in a funkier and hipper look targeting younger crowd. After what we saw at the show, gorgeous 5-door coupe design with a high SUV style chic cabin, it is safe to say that Toyota definitely is up to something, something that could easily scare off other competitors.
With the high-riding driver's seat, the new C-HR guarantees a smooth and pleasing driving experience. It is an intense looking car and it seems that C-HR is all pumped up to become a breakthrough in the segment. Built on Toyota's new TNGA platform, the C-HR would undoubtedly give a powerful push to the company in the emerging C-segment crossover market.
The second model Toyota is introducing at the show is PROACE VERSO, which is a commodious large-size MPV, build to accommodate nine people at a time. Probably, the company's target customers for this model are the people who love family outings or like to hang out with a big gang.
This humongous car is available in three different body lengths to suit your different needs. It is packed with hi-tech safety, convenience and entertainment features. So, if you are an outgoing person and always make plans for a long road trip with a large number of people then PROACE VERSO is perfect for you.
The all-new Hilux is making its debut in the European market through the International Auto Show at Geneva. The Hilux has a completely new design to lure the Europeans. It has a strong built and a stronger 'ladder-frame chassis' to handle any kind of rough situation on the road. The Toyota has powered this strong boy with the latest and fuel-efficient 2.4-litre D-4D engine that celebrates Toyota's exceptional quality and dependability.
So, if you are in Geneva then you should definitely treat your eyes with the Toyota's brand new three models and make the most out of it. The event is starting from March 1st till 13th. So, don't miss it and be a part of this exciting event.
Well, after such amazing descriptions of all the new models, we definitely want and hope these models to debut in India as well (who don't?). Toyota unquestionably needs to come up with a compact SUV in India (we need more and more options in compact SUV segment, right?).
However, with Renault Duster and Hyundai Creta already becoming sweethearts of the Indians (because of their spaciousness), we think that out of three, CH-R could easily compete and become Indians' 'new found love'. Meanwhile, check out the Geneva show and let these models tease your heart and souls.
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