The Geneva Auto Show has recently taken place, and there have been many exciting revelations at the event. However, the unveiling that we were most excited about was the developer of the Toyota C-HR model production. Toyota has been teasing us with C-HR concepts for years, and now they have finally shown us the finished product, and it far exceeds our expectations. The new model 2017 Toyota C-HR marks the entry of the brand in the very compact compact segment CUV, which is very exciting.
2017 Toyota C-HR Exterior
A new Coupe-High Rider design brings out the 2017 Toyota C-HR from the automotive crowd with an athletic profile, wide stance and muscular styling. The theme of “Distinctive Diamond” remains a highlight of the design of Toyota C-HR and is evident when you see the side profile, 18-inch alloy wheels, 3D taillights and a tailgate with sharp spoiler. Other style markers that make the Toyota C-HR stand out include headlight dipped beam headlamps, a bold front end and LED daytime running lights.
2017 Toyota C-HR Interior
When you are driving the Toyota C-HR, you will discover that you are the focus of attention. A standard 7-inch touch screen Toyota Entune resides in the heart of the driver-centered cabin and will offer unlimited entertainment at the push of a button. The dual-zone air conditioner, 4.2-inch TFT color display, leather steering wheel, rearview camera and MID screen with G-Force Meter highlight the interior of the Toyota C-HR. An upgrade from the XLE Premium range adds heated seats and Toyota Smart Key with the start button. Toyota Safety Sense pre-collision systems are standard for the 2017 Toyota C-HR.
2017 Toyota C-HR Engine
Equipped with the latest generation hybrid power plant, the 2017 Toyota C-HR generates CO2 emissions as low as 82 g / km, an unmatched number in its segment and consumes only 3.6 l / 100 km. This new hybrid powertrain, with 90 kW / 122 hp DIN, is not only more efficient and lighter than the previous system, but also offers superior performance. Detailed design changes to the engine resulted in a 40% thermal efficiency, which represents outstanding performance for a petrol unit. This new hybrid powertrain offers the responsiveness and fluidity of a dynamic driving style that is particularly suited to the Toyota C-HR’s dynamic design philosophy. The 2017 Toyota C-HR is also available with a new 1.2-liter turbo engine, which debuted in the Auris. Delivering 85 kW / 116 DIN hp and 185 Nm of torque, this unit generates CO2 emissions of 125 g / km and returns the combined fuel consumption of 5.5 l / 100 km. It can be coupled to either a 6-speed manual transmission or a continuously variable transmission. Versions equipped with CVT are available with front drive or all-wheel drive.