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More Oomph, Even Weirder Looks: Toyota Shows C-HR Hy-Power Concept

Car and Driver Tuesday, 12 September 2017
More Oomph, Even Weirder Looks: Toyota Shows C-HR Hy-Power Concept-

Our prevailing impressions of the new Toyota C-HR thus far have been twofold: 1. It looks weird, and 2. It’s slow. Now Toyota has doubled down on the former and, perhaps, fixed the latter with a new concept called the C-HR Hy-Power, on display at the Frankfurt auto show. It combines some even freakier bits of exterior...
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