The concept is said to hint at the future of Toyota's hybrid powertrain lineup across all core models.

Toyota has released a teaser image for the C-HR Hy-Power hybrid concept.

Penned by the company's European Design Center, the concept presumably previews a hybrid powertrain for the production C-HR and introduces a new trademark for the electrified powertrain.

"Its intention is to emphasize C-HR's emotional and powerful look, while hinting at future expansion of Toyota's hybrid powertrain line up within its core models," the company says.

The hybrid variant is expected to borrow powertrain technology from the fourth-generation Prius, which boasts a combined 121 horsepower and 106 pound-feet of torque from its gasoline/electric system.

Additional details are being kept quiet ahead of the C-HR Hy-Power's official debut in Frankfurt.