Toyota C-HR crossover revealed

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The second-generation C-HR is a sharply designed crossover that Toyota has unveiled globally. By debuting a plug-in hybrid powertrain in the crossover, the automaker hopes to attract more buyers.

Toyota C-HR more details

The C-HR Prologue concept car from late last year’s auto show has inspired the radical design of the production vehicle. In addition to 2.0-liter and 1.8-liter parallel hybrids, the new C-HR features the same powertrain lineup as the Prius. Because the electric motor generator is mounted on the back axle of the car, Toyota claims that the AWD option, which is available on the 2.0-liter parallel hybrid version, provides more traction and stability on slick conditions.

The new front-wheel-drive plug-in hybrid option comes with the same 2.0-liter gasoline engine and even has geofencing technology, which, if there is enough battery power, automatically switches the car to EV mode when it senses that you have entered a low-emission zone.

The interior of the second-generation C-HR has been completely redesigned with an emphasis on high-end materials and tools. Higher trim levels only have a 12.3-inch digital instrument display and a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system; entry-level vehicles only get an 8.0-inch touchscreen.

Prior to homologation, Toyota has stated that “all performance data is tentative. The precise details will be verified later. Therefore, as the automobile is closer to launching, specific power and range data will be available.

Plans for Indian markets

When Toyota tested the C-HR there in 2018, we thought it would also be available there, but that was not the case. Toyota presently offers vehicles with hybrid powertrains in the Urban Cruiser Hyryder, Innova Hycross, and Camry, and there are claims that they may introduce a vehicle in the future that just uses flex fuel.

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