It started out as a Toyota concept model last year, and now it’s making its way to production across the world. The 2017 Toyota C-HR offers several new features that are designed to improve the driving experience and turn heads on the road. Let’s take a closer look.
Design of the Toyota C-HR
The outside of the 2017 C-HR features a sculpted front end with wide wheel arches, LED headlights, and a diamond-patterned grille. The back end of the C-HR comes with unique boomerang-shaped rear lights, signature LED light-guides, and a sharp tailgate and rear bumper. Sculpted doors and a floating roof effect complete the C-HR’s exterior look.
The 2017 Toyota C-HR offers a high-quality, spacious cabin with plenty of room for five passengers and their gear. The driver-oriented dashboard provides easy access to all knobs, buttons, and dials. The C-HR also boasts outstanding road visibility. Information regarding the C-HR’s technology elements will be available in the near future.
What does C-HR stand for?
C-HR stands for coupe high-rider, which reflects the vehicle’s coupe-like profile, muscular styling, and elevated cabin position. Needless to say, the Toyota CH-R will turn heads on the road.
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Performance capabilities of the 2017 C-HR
Since the Toyota C-HR is a crossover vehicle, it offers the dynamic nature of a hatchback along with the comfort and convenience of an SUV. We can expect Toyota to release more details about the 2017 C-HR’s powertrain and performance capabilities in the coming months.
Stay tuned for more information about the 2017 Toyota C-HR and its new features. In the meantime, feel free to check out our current new Toyota inventory at Toyota Vacaville and schedule a test drive today!