Toyota C-HR made its global debut at Paris Motor Show last year and it based on Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA)
Toyota showcased the new C-HR at 2018 Chengdu Motor Show and the production model made its global debut at Paris Motor Show last year. The Toyota C-HR is based on the TNGA platform, which underpins most of the new products from Toyota and it carries forward the same design theme as the concept model.
Toyota has given lots of cuts and curves for C-HR design as the front get projector headlamps, which extend towards grille. The lower part of the front bumper is finished in black colour and the company has given black plastic cladding, which runs across the body. The side gets flared wheel arches with large alloy wheels.
The rear gets C-shape LED tail lamp and an integrated spoiler for a sporty look. The interior continues the funky design theme of the exterior as the company has given three spoke multi-function steering wheel and a new instrument cluster. The C-HR has a wheelbase of 2,640 mm.
The dashboard design took inspirations from Lexus NX and the Toyota C-HR gets an 8touchscreenscreen infotainment system, which is placed on the top of the dashboard. Toyota is not offering connectivity options like Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, but the company has given Bluetooth, USB and Aux-in.
The Toyota C-HR comes with features like cruise control, leather seats, push button start, key less entry, reverse camera and more. Toyota has given lots of safety features with C-HR likes Lane Departure Alert, Automatic High Beam, Adaptive Cruise Control, Pre-Collision System with pedestrian warning and Road Sign Assist.
Toyota C-HR hybrid model is powered by a 1.8 L petrol engine with 98 PS and 142 Nm of torque, the electric motor produces 72 PS and 163 Nm. The power is sent to front wheels via CVT automatic gearbox and the Japanese manufacturer is not offering all-wheel drive system. The C-HR was already spotted testing in India and it is expected to launch in 2020.