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Scion introduces its own C-HR concept (Toyota Mirai) in Los Angeles (+video)

The new mind-boggling chic design of the all new Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle is out. The exclusive details of Scion C-HR have been ultimately revealed and now we get the privilege to witness Toyota’s New Global architecture (TNGA), in all its grandeur. This SUI-genre piece would definitely stand out from the crowd and there are reasons why.

The 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show had on display this snazzy diamond structure, with a rounded design adds to its splendor. We as of now have not been revealed as to when the Scion C-HR is out for sale, but it would definitely be out in 2016, according to the sources. The sporty iconic design snatched the hearts of many, with its 21 inch wheels and a chiselled cut-out look.

Also, the frontal portion of the car is just as pointy as its rear end. It is supposed to have a low center of gravity and high body rigidity, with an easily maneuverable handling support and uber-cool design, comfort and unmatched credibility of performance.

C-HR stands for the compact size and high-ride height that is typical of this Scion model. This model is reported to be the next iconic exemplar for Scion. Also, another model of Chevrolet Bolt EV to be launched in 2017 is reported to have a grille, bumper, lower side panels, fender flares with a black roof are all trimmed in graphite and have a stylish finish.

The compact crossover of Scion C-HR would perfectly fit into the market of younger buyers. Also, for its stylish factors and awfully stunning functionalities. The model shall be sold as a Toyota, but would be having the sub brand’s logo embellished on it. The amazing features and iconic model have already set everyone’s heart racing and is sure to be launched in all its glory the upcoming year.

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