- Toyota to launch a new B-SUV at the Geneva Motor Show;
- Based on the Yaris platform it will feature an elevated ground clearance;
- Toyota’s all-new B-SUV will be positioned below the C-HR.
With the Geneva Motor Show right around the corner, more and more automakers are giving insights into what’s to come for them at the show. Now, it’s Toyota’s turn.
The Japanese brand unveiled the first teaser of an all-new B-SUV that will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. The yet-to-be-named sport utility vehicle will be based on the Toyota Yaris’ platform and will be positioned below the C-HR.
It will also feature an elevated ground clearance. The image released also confirms that it will be powered by Toyota’s latest hybrid technology and will get the manufacturer’s intelligent all-wheel drive system.
Outside of what the teaser image reveals, like the taillights and rear badges, Toyota doesn’t give many more details.
Other than the all-new B-SUV, the new Toyota Yaris, RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid and new Mirai will all make their European show debut. The GR Yaris hot-hatch and the latest addition to the Supra lineup, the GR Supra 2.0 will also make their European show debut in Geneva alongside the 2020 WRC Yaris and Fernando Alonso’s 2020 Dakar Hilux.
Toyota’s Geneva Motor Show press conference will take place at 11:15 on the Toyota stand in Hall 4 on Mar 3rd. For everyone else not being able to attend it, Toyota will livestream the press conference on their YouTube channel. You will be able to watch it by following this link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wki5wGdIzhM.