Toyota is breaking down barriers with the latest Toyota C-HR design. This subcompact crossover is a new take on traditional segments, with excellent capabilities and added space. Nevertheless, the C-HR has truly impressive fuel economy as well, something you won’t find on any ordinary crossover. Making its debut at the recent LA Auto Show, the 2018 C-HR promises to be better than ever.
According to MotorTrend, the new C-HR has a low, coupe-like look, including sweeping contours and prominent wheels. An athletic, wide stance is ideal for off-road conditions, though this crossover is just as practical on the highway as well. Narrow windows give the impression of motion, while a high beltline informs the rest of the vehicle’s styling cues.
Under the hood, the 2018 C-HR will come with a 2.0-liter inline four-cylinder engine with up to 144 horsepower. This is paired with a continuously variable transmission for a smooth ride and improve fuel economy, while a tuned suspension is ideal for rugged terrain.
Back to styling, the interior of the C-HR is refined, with a diamond theme and improved lighting. The model should seat up to five comfortably, assisted by ergonomic seating. Meanwhile, premium materials will add an air of sophistication as well. This new model resembles a rally model, yet it equally impressive as a practical family vehicle as well.
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