Geneva Motor Show 2020
Toyota teases new small SUV debuting in March
Whether or not the world needs another SUV is debatable, Toyota is pretty sure there is enough room for one more. The automaker will be debuting its new B-segment SUV at the Geneva International Motor Show in March.
B-Segment vehicles are subcompacts. A vehicle of this size would be similar to the Ford Fiesta.
In a release, Toyota said that the model will blend "Toyota's extensive small car experience with its strong SUV heritage." The automaker has given the car raised ground clearance and a hybrid powertrain. Badging in the teaser photo shows that the model also will be at least available with all-wheel drive.
Toyota has given no indication if the model will be for Europe only or if the small crossover will make its way to the U.S.
All will be revealed during Toyota's press conference at the Geneva show on March 3. You can watch the press conference live below when it happens.
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