Aspire to live life to the full, with the Toyota C-HR
The All New Toyota C-HR is designed for people who aspire to live life to the full and expect their car to keep up.
‘ With the Toyota C-HR, we are trying to introduce a new value into the C- crossover market. But we’re not trying to make an SUV that’s dynamic; rather, a dynamic vehicle with SUV-like properties,’ Kazuhiko Isawa, chief designer.
From cruising across town for a meeting in the city to aiding life’s passions when you venture further afield, the Toyota C-HR reacts to those who like to work hard and play hard – it keeps modern lives moving.
Combining the dynamic nature of a hatchback with the comforts of a five- door SUV, the Toyota C-HR has been created to make you feel at one with the road, so you can enjoy every journey seamlessly. Made for drivers by drivers, the Toyota C-HR gives you the perfect excuse to just drive.
First, C-HR has the hallmarks you would expect of a sports utility vehicle – powerful body, chunky sill line and large footprint – but above the shoulder line is a contrasting, coupe-like cabin. It is formed by slim A-pillars and a ‘floating’ roof design that slopes confidently backwards, ending in a sharply-angled rear window.
Inspired by highly crafted gemstones, the surface treatment of C-HR is deliberately multifaceted, the shapes and detailing creating a delicate balance of precision and sensuality that is designed to be attractive from any angle.
Diamond motifs echo throughout the cabin, from the door trims and seat stitching to the steering wheel buttons and climate control switches. Even the roof lining is detailed with diamond-shape graphics ‘scooped’ out of the material to create an added sense of depth.
At eight inches across, the C-HR’s multimedia screen is the largest of any fitted to a Toyota and is mounted high in the dashboard to be in your immediate line of sight. C-HR is equipped with the longest headlight units in the market, and feature a bank of sequential LED turn signals.
At night, the Toyota C-HR logo is projected on the floor every time you open the driver’s door.
The C-HR’s bi-tone roof appears to float separately from the main body, morphing into a large skeletal-frame rear spoiler. Disguised door handles help the car assume a coupe-like style. Ready to pounce, the 18in machined-face alloy wheels are designed to appear as if they are always in motion. The LED rear lamps carry a distinctive boomerang-shape light signature.
Kirsteen McGuire, sales manager at Helensburgh Toyota , said: ‘ The forthcoming Toyota C-HR introduces distinctive styling that will bring dynamism and sensuality to the crossover market. Pre- order now to be among one of the first to drive away in the all new Toyota C-HR.’
To sign up for more information about launch and test driving the all new Toyota C-HR, register your interest atwww. he lens burgh. toyota/ c-hr.