Toyota C-HR production: premiere at the Geneva Motor Show 2016

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He Toyota C-HR production, whose name was not specified whether it will be the same or not, will make its official premiere at the Geneva Motor Show 2016, taking place in the Swiss city of 1 to March 13.

In the production plans of the Japanese giant, the future SUV derived from Toyota C-HR Concept It is manufactured at the Turkish plant Sakarya, the same factory which already produce the Toyota Verso and Corolla.

The hybrid system next generation that will lead the new SUV small Toyota derived from C-HR Concept It will be manufactured and tested at the Technology Center Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK Deeside (Wales).

In the range of Toyota cars, the future SUV production a step will be placed below the Toyota RAV4, so that it would result in the release of a small SUV and a similar type to the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Peugeot 2008, among others.

Toyota C-HR Concept: its history

The first time that Toyota presented the prototype C-HR Concept It was at the Paris Motor Show 2014, which already surprised by its futuristic and aggressive design. Last year, specifically during the celebration of the Frankfurt Motor Show, Toyota confirmed its production and moved to its new SUV will have hybrid technology and will run on the new tnga construction platform (Toyota New Global Architecture), the same as the next generation Toyota Prius and electric car hydrogen fuel cell Toyota Mirai.

Toyota C-HR Concept: production will more jobs

The final model SUV derived from Toyota C-HR Concept It will be really productive for business and economic interests of the company. In the months before the start of production, scheduled for late 2016, It is estimated to increase its number of staff 3,000 4,000 workers. For its part, the investment of this project will be around an initial forecast 350 million euros, while the total cumulative investment could be around 1,700 million euros.