The latest model to be unveiled in Japan will be the Toyota C-HR, a four-door hatchback with a turbocharged engine.
But the car has not been officially unveiled.
The company has been keeping a low profile in the world of car sales.
But on Wednesday, the Japanese automaker said that it would unveil the C-HUB, a three-door, SUV with a four cylinder engine.
It is not the first time Toyota has hinted at its plans to release a four car crossover.
The Japanese automakers previous crossover models included the Yaris and Yaris Prime.
Toyota’s Japanese business chief Hiroshi Takahashi has been pushing hard to introduce a new model and the first one will probably be the CUBE, a compact crossover SUV that will be powered by a turbocharger.
It will be sold as the CABX, or Compact Hybrid.
The CUBX is expected to be a more fuel efficient version of the CSE.
Toyota did not announce when the crossover would be released but it is expected in 2017.
In Japan, Toyota is also trying to build a brand new car.
It has been building new models for decades.
The new CUBOE will be a crossover that is powered by an electric motor and a petrol engine.
The first model, the CQUE, is expected sometime in 2021.
It would be a four door hatchback and it is believed to have a range of over 100 miles.
The next model, expected to debut in 2020, is the CAYE, which is a hatchback that will have a petrol and electric motor.