The 2018 Toyota C-HR was recently unveiled at the Los Angeles Auto Show and it’s apparent that this subcompact crossover would be filling a huge void left by the supply-constrained Tacoma.

This latest C-HR is currently a top item on dealers’ wish and it is expected to rival against the Chevrolet Trax, Nissan Juke, Honda HR-V and the Mazda CX-3.

Many dealers have been begging for more supplies of Toyota’s other crossovers, SUVs and pickup trucks. Following that, the automaker will be bringing in more supplies of the RAV4 compact crossover from Japan while the Highlander three-row crossover would be benefiting from its new Indiana plant.

Bill Fay, general manager of Toyota, said that, “I’m very optimistic for 2017, because we’ll have a better supply of RAV and Highlander. We’ll launch this beautiful C-HR and will be in a much better position to meet customer demand on the sport-utility side of things.”