The Toyota CH-R with high "visibility" on the street is a hot-selling car model of the depot. Japanese media Spyder7 recently reported that Toyota plans to launch a new version for the CH-R next year.

It is not yet determined whether it will continue to use the TNGA GA-C or a new chassis. At present, only the 2.0L version of CH-R provides full-time four-wheel drive. The news indicates that the new version of the 2.0L four-cylinder Hybrid version will also have full-time four-wheel drive.

Perhaps the most anticipated by fans is that Toyota intends to launch a pure electric version of the CH-R after the launch of the gasoline engine version.

In fact, the Toyota CH-R has already launched a pure electric version in China in 2020, but it has never been released in the international market.

The Chinese version of the pure electric CH-R is equipped with a 54.3kWh battery and a single motor, providing about 201 horsepower and 221 pound-feet of torque, with a cruising range of about 400 kilometers.

The new version of C-HR launched next year, the pure electric version is expected to use the bZ4X power system developed in cooperation with Subaru.

The website Spyder7 believes that the design of the BZ Compact SUV concept car shown at Battery EV Day last December may serve as a reference for the new C-HR.

Earlier, Toyota said it would develop at least 30 new electric vehicles in the next ten years, and expected global sales of new vehicles to reach 5.5 million in 2030.


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