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.

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‘ 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.

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