Toyota already hinted back in January that it will unveil a new Yaris-based subcompact crossover. It didn’t provide any details then, other than the fact that the car will only be available in the European market.
Now, the Japanese carmaker has announced that it will be revealing its new B-SUV at the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show, and we’re guessing that this could be the said Yaris-based crossover.
Details are still scarce as of this writing, but what we do know for sure is that Toyota’s new small SUV will be an all-wheel-drive hybrid model. There are still no proper photos of the car, either—the only one we have so far is a shadowy image of the rear end. Based on this, the back of the upcoming crossover looks similar to the RAV4’s, only with a sharper spoiler and thinner taillights. What’s your take?
The big reveal will be shown via livestream on YouTube, and you can check out the link below if you want to watch the official press conference yourself.
In case you missed it, Toyota has also launched a number of vehicles—albeit in other markets—in the last few months alone. We’re talking about the all-new Yaris, the GR Yaris, and the limited-edition Land Cruiser Sahara Horizon. If all of these—including the soon-to-be-revealed SUV—were made available in the Philippine market and you had to pick one, which would you go for?