The buzz about the much-anticipated Toyota C-HR continues, this time down south. The compact crossover – which made its official debut last March – is one of the highlights at the ongoing Singapore Motor Show, and our man at the show, Gerard Lye, managed to snap some photos of the display vehicle.

Singapore will sell both the 1.2 litre turbo and 1.8 litre hybrid versions of the car, which went on sale in Japan last month. The 1.2 litre four-pot is the 8NR-FTS , which has 115 PS from 5,200 to 5,600 rpm and 185 Nm, available from 1.500 to 4,000 rpm. It’s paired with a Super CVT-i transmission with a seven-speed “sequential shiftmatic” mode, and a 4WD system.

The hybrid system consists of a 2ZR-FXE 1.8 litre VVT-i Atkinson cycle four-cylinder engine, a pair of electric motors and a CVT gearbox, the same combo seen on the Prius. Output numbers in this application are 98 PS at 5,200 rpm and 142 Nm at 3,600 rpm. The hybrid is available only in two-wheel drive form only.

Six variants of the C-HR – which will all feature Safety Sense P active safety kit as standard – will go on sale in the republic, the range starting with the 1.8L Hybrid Grade S, which will be priced at SGD63,800 (RM199,400) without a Certificate of Entitlement (COE).

The 1.8L Hybrid Grade G goes for SGD66,800 (RM208,700), while the Grade G with LED headlamps adds on 3k more, to SGD69,800 (RM218,100).

Identical variants for the 1.2L Turbo range, with the Grade S going for SGD84,800 (RM264,962), while the Grade G is priced at SGD90,800 (RM283,710) and the range-topping Grade G with LED goes for SGD94,800 (RM296,200). Pricing for the cars with COE can be seen in the image above.

The Singaporean market C-HR will be CBU units from Japan, but for other markets in the region a local assembly route – and a 2.0 litre Dual VVT-i four-cylinder engine from the Corolla Altis – is the likely path. Last month, it was reported that Indonesia is looking into local production of the stylish crossover.