Photo: Toyota

Photo: Toyota

Looks like Toyota isn't going to let its more luxurious sibling have all the fun when it comes to car design. The Japanese automaker has unveiled the C-HR Concept to the world and it brings a striking new design language to safe lines that wrap the majority of the cars. 

Inspired by a diamond, the car is covered in a sharp lines and creases that give the car a bold and muscular appearance. Not only that, the company says this is a preview of what will soon be hitting production as a mass-market model. We can only hope America is included in that rollout. 

 Toyota Japan

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