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Devon Aygo
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Toyota showed this to UK dealers at a dealer meeting earlier this year, looks like details have leaked in Japan 

 

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Which is effectively the same as the pinned post from Lee here:

 

And in neither case do I know what this really tells us. The C-HR is a great self charging hybrid already - it doesn't necessarily need any significant upgrade. And we know that Toyota intends to make a bZ model EV that looks very C-HR like. Maybe they will try to make a transitional model? But equally it would make sense to continue with the self charging hybrid C-HR while introducing a full EV bZ replacement and just let the market decide ... ?

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Topics merged.

The vehicle featured by Autoblog is probably the BEV in the Yaris Cross sector - and which was described earlier this year on Facebook by Toyota GB as a Small SUV BEV. 

Earlier this year Toyota GB featured the following article in Toyota mag, which showed the silver BEV as per Lee's post in this merged topic, as being a Compact SUV BEV - which would be in the C-HR sector:

https://mag.toyota.co.uk/toyota-unveils-full-global-electric-vehicle-line-up/

As we already know Toyota has two joint ventures in China, both of which produce BEV versions of the existing C-HR.

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I was chatting to my friend at the dealership and they said that the C-HR will be has a 'multi fuel' vehicle - I assume that means hybrid and BEV - so likely to be built on the E3 platform that Toyota showed before Christmas.

The Compact SUV BEV is the bZ3X, which would make sense as it's a 'C' segment car.

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1 hour ago, duncerduncs said:

'multi fuel' vehicle

Multi-fuel as in plug-in hybrid? Or the same car as an ICE, hybrid, plug-in hybrid or EV (as the Koreans do with the Niro and it's siblings)? I suspect that we shall have to wait and see ...

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Stick the 2 litre 5th gen hybrid under the bonnet, no wider then current C-HR, add a HUD, update instrument cluster & add wireless Android Auto & I could be tempted to upgrade in 3 years time. 

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Maybe they meant "alternative-fuelled", which is what normal and PHEV hybrids are classed as? (And gives the £10 car tax discount)

 

 

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Also see the BZ concepts topic posted in January - particularly the post dated 7th January:-

 

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On 9/14/2022 at 12:20 AM, Big_D said:

I actually quite like it.

The renders make it look a bit uglier in the front, i'd prefer it if they keep the front the same as the concept. The back for me tho looks very simple  and kind of dated. I think these renders are just what the magazine workers believe the final product will look like but i think toyota will keep it almost identical to the concept just like the original C-HR

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