Toyota C-HR Hybrid

Toyota C-HR: a more powerful hybrid variant is coming

Toyota C-HR Hybrid

First, let’s take a look at the hybrid facts. Until now, Toyota only offered the hybrid-powered C-HR with a 1.8-liter petrol engine and a system output of 90 kW / 122 hp. It will stay that way in the future. In addition, a 2.0-liter version with 135 kW or 184 hp will also be available in the future.


Toyota C-HR gets an update

Additionally, a revised multimedia system is being used in the new vehicle. Support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto included. And also design modifications are made. Both in the front and in the back. Among other things, a painted lower front lip should give more pizzazz.

In addition, Toyota has modified the suspension according to its own information to increase driving comfort. The headlights and taillights are now equipped with LED technology, the daytime running lights and indicators are combined into a single unit above the main headlight.

Toyota C-HR hybrid

Daytime running lights, turn signals and headlights in one unit.

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Toyota C-HR hybrid

The Toyota C-HR Hybrid is presented as massive but sporty.

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Toyota C-HR hybrid

A crossover car with SUV elements as shown in the book.

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Toyota C-HR hybrid

A small emblem on the fender indicates hybrid power.

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Toyota C-HR hybrid

Would you like to connect your smartphone to your car? Now easier than ever with the Toyota C-HR Hybrid.

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Price of the new hybrid C-HR model not yet known

Toyota’s new hybrid model is currently celebrating its premiere at the Tokyo Auto Show. It is not yet clear when exactly the vehicle will arrive in Germany.

Toyota has yet to reveal pricing for the new C-HR hybrid model. For the 90 kW model that is already available, the prices of the basic model range between 25,590 euros (Flow edition) and 34,430 euros (Lounge edition), not including the environmental bonus.