The Yaris Cross (TNGA-B crossover) thread

Sulu

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We finally get to see something:











It's funny how we're seeing test mules (maybe for ESP and other driver assist systems) after a initial reveal date.

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Why are they using test mules based on 2 different generations (and 2 different platforms, presumably) of Yaris? The first 2 photos look like the previous generation of Yaris and the last 2 photos look like the current TNGA-B platform Yaris.
 

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Well, according to some websites, the older generation test mule is the all-new Yaris based B-SUV and the new Yaris generation is a Yaris Cross similar to Toyota Corolla Trek...

On this one I don't have any clue nor I have how to debate on this opinion. It's amazing the first time we see anything is after the initial launch date and still is a test mule...
 

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I wonder if there will be a early leak tonight.
Honestly, the Japanese are first to non regarding keeping the secrets, we never know except what they wanted us to know

That's on everything not only automotive, I am a great fan for Japanese electronics and same happened every single time
 

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Ironically the next bigger brother to it won't be the rakish CH-R but the same style UX!
 

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wow. I really like it. That interior is just simply and nicely set up. The centre stack is nice and clean.
 
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They should bring this here - it's REALLY good looking. Another great design from Toyota!
 
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They should bring this here - it's REALLY good looking. Another great design from Toyota!
Unfortunately, I highly doubt we'll get it in North America, in spite of the fact that a number of brands offer B-segment crossovers here. While official press releases appeared on Toyota's Global, Europe and United Kingdom media sites, not a word on the USA and Canada media sites. Further, no Yaris Cross trademark has been filed in the U.S. 😥
 

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This makes me excited for Corolla Cross!
yeah, makes me wonder what will it be in relation to C-HR and Rav4.

Maybe Corolla Cross is why they made C-HR such coupeish vehicle?

But yes, Yaris Cross looks like a top effort from Toyota.
 
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