The next C-HR should be a PHEV, plug-in hybrid

The new concept art is undoubtedly a tease. However, Toyota asserts that several design features from the prologue idea should be implemented. 

By combining large wheels with shorter overhangs that give it a stance, the C-HR concept maintains its quirky appearance.

Toyota refers to the front end as the "HAMMERHEAD" in all capitals, and the gaping grille gives the appearance of having a shark's face on it.

However, Toyota revealed a significant detail regarding the impending C-HR in its most recent European news release.

The new Plug-in Toyota C-HR with European-assembled batteries, together with the hybrid version,  

will further boost Toyota's multi-technology line-up, according to the firm.

A plug-in hybrid model would enhance this small SUV's focus on cities.