The old C-HR seemed more like a concept car on the street

Certainly, the C-HR looks nice. But it never fully delivered on its promise hidden behind that attractive facade. 

Then, when it was put into production, a pair of small back doors were installed, adding some functionality.

Eight years ago, Toyota unveiled the C-HR concept, which also had two doors.   Could the new prologue still have the popular two-door SUV design?

Toyota continues to remain optimistic about the new C-HR prologue concept, but nothing else is known. For a while, quirky automobiles are fun, and occasionally they succeed.

However, there are occasions when the appearance must correspond to what consumers expect from a crossover,

such as the spaciousness, power, and functionality that the previous model lacked. 

Will the new C-HR be successful?