Order books are open for the Toyota C-HR which will go on sale in January, with prices starting from £20,995.
No diesel has been announced, only a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol and a 1.8-litre hybrid will be available from launch.
Hybrid models cost from £23,995 and emit 87g/km of CO2, a figure which no other crossover can currently beat, ensuring a Benefit-in-Kind tax rate of 15% for company car drivers.
Three trim levels are available: Icon, Excel and Dynamic and all C-HR models benefit from Toyota Safety Sense including: a Pre-Collision System with autonomous emergency braking, Lane Departure Warning, Traffic Sign Recognition and Automatic High Beam headlight operation.
Entry-level Icon models include dual-zone automatic air conditioning, 17-inch alloy wheels, Toyota Touch 2 touchscreen multimedia system with integrated reversing camera, front fog lamps, rain-sensing windscreen wipers, dusk-sensing headlights and an auto-dimming rear-view mirror.
The Excel costs from £23,995 and benefits from additional technology and comfort features. These include part-leather seat upholstery, heated front seats, keyless entry, parking sensors with park assist, rear privacy glass, 18-inch alloy wheels, folding door mirrors and a complement of driver assistance safety features including a Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross-Traffic Alert and Lane Change Assist. The Toyota Touch 2 with Go provides satellite navigation and access to on-line services.
Dynamic models add metallic paint with a contrasting black roof, 18-inch alloy wheels, privacy glass, LED headlights and fog lights and a bespoke upholstery fabric. Prices start at £25,495.
There are no details on the 1.2-litre engine yet, but the Hybrid is said to develop 120hp and return an average fuel economy of 74.3mpg.