In Paris, Toyota unveiled its final version of the new Toyota C-HR, which will be road-ready by December this year.
With the new C-HR, Toyota will introduce a new, noticable design to reflect individuality, new direction and style, as seen in this mid-sized crossover body shape.
The interior – which obviously differs from Toyota's usual style – represents a new 'Sensual Tech' design concept combining high-tech functionality with a sensual and fashionable style. The driver area stands out for its 8" display audio touch-screen featuring a redesigned and improved HMI (Human Machine Interface) with Toyota's Multi-Media '16 navigation platform and enhanced connected services, while the passengers are invited to enjoy the pleasant atomsphere of the spacious passenger cabin.
While the driver is in complete control, a passenger is also able to easily access all the functions that are important for his or her well-being during the drive. Because the touch-screen isn't enclosed by the instrument panel, the upper dashboard can be considerably lower in depth, improving driver's visibility. The new Toyota concept is also equipped with a tailor-made JBL premium audio system comprising an 8-channel, 576 Watt stereo amplifier and 9 speakers.
The 4,360 meters long, 1,795 meters wide and 1,555 meters high crossover will feature an array of safety and other equipment, while the powertrain will be equipped with a new 1.2 litre turbo engine, delivering 85 kW and 185 Nm of torque. Available in selected markets (Ukraine and Caucasus), Toyota will also offer a 2-litre 107 kW, 188 Nm CVT-only model. The hybrid model promises fuel consumption of only 3.5 l/100 km , while emitting as little as 82 g/km of CO2 emissions.