Considered to be the creator of the first serial crossover Japanese maker Toyota officially unveiled its new representative in the segment. The model is defined as Coupé High-Rider, hence its name – C-HR. The new crossover is compact – length 4360 mm, width 1795 mm, height 1555 mm and wheelbase of 2640 mm, and is placed in the range below the RAV-4. It was built brand new global platform Toyota TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture), and in its concept includes three key areas – design, driving dynamics, the statement said of Toyota.
Toyota C-HR was hinted back in 2014 at the exhibition in Paris, like the production model retains the futuristic forms of the concept of the French capital. Its design is the work of the European office of Toyota, where they bet on LED lights, “hidden” rear handles sloped roof and simultaneously sporty and fashionable. The interior was created in unison, as by Toyota say they are staked on Emotional materials and Innovative details. Impression driver-oriented cockpit and multimedia system with touch screen and ergonomically arranged merged.
Japanese are secured sizable opportunities for personalization, as well as a large selection of extras – specially designed for the model audio JBL, heated seats, parking system Toyota S-IPA (Simple Intelligent Park Assist) and many others.
The complex of safety systems Toyota Safety Sense is available as standard on all trim levels. It includes the well-known Pre-Collision System (Recognition and pedestrians), Adaptive Cruise Control, assistant exit lane, automatic switching between dipped and main beam and others. Currently known two of the motors of the model – a petrol engine and a hybrid, which is a new development. Diesel probably will not be available.
The hybrid system is driven by power 122 hp, which is more efficient than previous generation hybrids and offer more dynamic driving, the statement said. CO2 emissions are only 85 g/km and average fuel consumption – 3.7 l / 100 km.
The petrol engine is a 1.2-liter turbo, known by last generation Auris. With an output of 116 hp and torque of 185 Nm, this engine releases 128 g/km CO2 emissions, the combined consumption is 5.7 l / 100 km. For him available 6-speed manual and automatic continuously variable (CVT) transmissions.
Equipped with CVT versions will be offered as just before and with all-wheel drive (AWD). Sales of Toyota C-HR beginning of September and the first cars will reach their owners before the end of the year.