The all-new, next generation Toyota C-HR takes the stand-out quality and status of its predecessor to a higher level with avant garde design, advanced technologies and a range of electrified hybrid and plug-in hybrid powertrains with increased power, greater driveability and extended all-electric driving capabilities.
The car’s dynamic, condensed look is further strengthened by short
overhangs and large wheels – up to 20-inch diameter. A new style of
bi-tone paint design will be available, extending the contrast black
roof down to the rear bumper and into the car’s rear three-quarter
section. Efforts were focused on creating a seamless look with tighter
shut lines and perfect integration of elements such as the cameras and
parking sensors with a “concealed tech” approach.
The original Toyota C-HR marked a leap forward in sensory quality; the new model goes further with an interior that has an even more premium and refined feel and appearance. All control elements are concentrated in the driver’s zone, while a horizontal instrument panel arrangement and a “wing” design theme give passengers the sense of the cabin wrapping around them.
The Toyota C-HR features a new, 12.3-inch fully digital combimeter
(depending on equipment grade). Graphics are sharp and information is
clearly zoned and easy to read. The display can be adjusted to
prioritise different content according to driver preference or the kind
of journey being made.
The ambient lighting system offers a wide range of colours – a choice of
up to 64 – and introduces options for interior direct and indirect
lighting to reflect the cabin environment – cool or warm – or the time
The Toyota Smart Connect multimedia package includes (according to model grade) an eight or 12.3-inch touchscreen, on-board voice agent and wireless smartphone connection via Apple CarPlay or Android Auto. The system will provide EV range information and local charging locations in its POI function. Owners will also be able to use Toyota’s MyT smartphone app for remote control of vehicle functions, including operating the air conditioning system to heat or cool the car before making a journey.
Extensive measures have been taken to reduce carbon emissions and make
greater use of recycled materials, supporting sustainability and the
circular economy concept.
Compared to its predecessor, the new car has double the content of
recycled plastics – used in more than 100 different parts. These include
a new fabric for the seat upholstery that’s made from recycled PET
The bumpers are formed from a new resin material that is pre-coloured
in the mould – an innovation that is expected to save hundreds of
tonnes of CO2.
The all-new Toyota C-HR will be introduced with a choice of three
electrified powertrains, a line-up that demonstrates Toyota’s
well-proven multi-technology path to carbon neutrality.
The range comprises 1.8 and 2.0-litre hybrid electric (HEV) versions and a 2.0-litre plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV) model.
Toyota C-HR Premiere Edition
At launch, the new Toyota C-HR range will feature a special Premiere Edition model, showcasing the highest levels of equipment and styling.
The Premiere Edition has a signature Sulphur bi-tone exterior. The cabin features perforated leather seats with contrast Sulphur stitching, a head-up display and Skyview panoramic roof.
With its concept car-like design, seamless digital user experience, fully electrified powertrain range and nimble driving dynamics, the new Toyota C-HR has the qualities to maintain its position as an iconic model, attracting new customers and strengthening the Toyota brand in Europe.