2018 Toyota Izoa Crossover Interior and Exterior Overview

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2018 Toyota C-HR SUV Flagship Interior and Exterior Overview

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On November 17, Tianjin FAW Toyota Motor Co., Ltd., a joint venture between Toyota Motor Corporation and the FAW Group, announced at the 2017 Guangzhou Motor Show that it will release the all-new IZOA to the Chinese market.

The IZOA is Tianjin FAW Toyota’s version of the Toyota C-HR. For the Chinese market, the C-HR is scheduled for release in 2018 by GAC Toyota Motor Co., Ltd., a joint venture between Toyota and the GAC Group.

Tianjin FAW Toyota opted not to use the ‘C-HR’ label and instead go with the name ‘IZOA,’ which will also be released in 2018.

Both models will be produced locally in China. Toyota plans to make a presence in China’s ever-growing SUV market with the releases of the C-HR and IZOA.

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