Originally heading to the U.S. as a Scion model, offering, but now it will be sold as Toyota.
The 2018 C-HR from Toyota has been displayed at the Los Angeles Auto Show just 1 year after the Scion C-HR Concept was presented there. The C-HR will have 2 grades: XLE and XLE Premium. It should come out next spring. There will be such regular features as 18-inch alloys, bucket seats, Toyota Safety Sense P., dual-zone climate control and 7-inch audio display.
According to the automaker, the C-HR is sportive thankfully to deputy chief engineer. He is said to be a diehard racer in his heart. The engineer and his professionals used the Nurburgring to dial-in the model’s handling capabilities and said to deliver a dynamic and agile driving experience.
The car will be sold with a 2.0-litre V4 motor delivering 144 hp and torque of 140 pound-feet. Front wheels will get the power through a continuously variable transmission.
Inside you will find soft-touch materials, speaker surrounds, dual-zone climate control and black headliner.
The model’s cost will be known next spring.