Scion C-HR Concept

Concept Cars 21 Nov 2015
Scion C-HR Concept

At the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show Scion has presented the C-HR Concept, a compact crossover with a bold, aggressive design.

The C-HR Concept blends different elements into a package that is a mix of a SV, a coupé and a hatchback – reminding the concept behind the Nissan Juke.

Scion C-HR Concept

The body is characterized by a high ground clearance, a coupe-like fast-sloping roofline and a distinctive DLO graphics, with the rear side windows reduced to the minimum.

Scion C-HR Concept

Scion C-HR Concept

The surfacing adopts the design trends recently followed by Japanese carmakers, with an intricate interplay of shapes and sharp lines.

Scion C-HR Concept


The C-HR is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture platform (TNGA), which allows for increased body rigidity, a lower center of gravity, and a new double-wishbone rear suspension.

Scion C-HR Concept Headlight


Scion C-HR Concept Tail Light


Scion C-HR Concept Wheel


(Source: Scion)

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  1. Semyon

    “The surfacing adopts the design trends recently followed by Japanese carmakers” – the surfacing remains unchanged since the 2014 Toyota C-HR concept.


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