As we reported earlier, Toyota is preparing a production version of the Toyota C-HR Concept to take on popular rivals like the Honda HR-V and Nissan Qashqai. It was said that it won’t stray too far away from the wild concept, as these new spyshots now prove.

It looks like the C-HR prototype has morphed into a four-door setup. It’s certainly a more toned-down version of the concept, but the basic shape, the coupe-like roofline and boomerang rear lights on the test mule are dead ringers of the 2014 Paris Motor Show star.

From what we can see, it will definitely be more adventurous than the predictable offerings from Toyota, and it will be based on the Toyota New Global Architecture platform. As a size reference, the C-HR concept measured in at 4,350 mm in length and 1,850 mm in width, while its wheelbase is 2,640 mm.

What do you think of this – would an exciting-looking Honda HR-V rival from Toyota entice you?

Toyota C-HR Concept