Toyota will unveil a second concept version of its C-HR compact SUV at the 2015 Frankfurt motor show.
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There has been no teaser image or any official details on the second concept version of the Toyota C-HR (the first version teaser is shown above), but the Japanese company has made it clear that just like the first one, the second concept will be hybrid-powered.

"Frankfurt also marks the global debut of the second Toyota C-HR Concept hybrid crossover" the company said in a release, with the reveal of this concept taking place alongside the new-generation Prius that will also debut at the German show.

Toyota has stated in the past that the C-HR concept will lead to a production version being built, likely with five doors and a more practically-styled body, and that model will compete in the booming small SUV segment alongside the Honda HR-V, Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and others.

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At the Paris motor show last year, CarAdvice spoke with Karl Schlicht, managing officer and executive vice president of Toyota Motor Europe’s sales group. Schlicht confirmed the plans for a production version of the C-HR.

“The C-HR is obviously exaggerated, it’s a concept car. Stretched, bigger wheels, whatever – but something like that we’re going to do. We’re serious about it, yes,” Schlicht said.

Stay tuned for more.