Toyota’s B-segment Crossover – The C-HR Officially Unveiled

Ready to lock horns with the segment leader Honda HR-V, Toyota has unveiled its b-segment crossover – The Toyota C-HR at Geneva Motor Show, 2016. Built on the modular Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA), the C-HR short for Coupe High Rider is a  five-door vehicle featuring a futuristic super sleak grille, slim LED headlights, strong haunches and tapering side windows. The rear door handles have been stylishly disguised, contributing to the crossover’s futuristic appeal.

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Dimensionally, the car measures 4,350 mm in length, 1,795 mm in width  and 1,550 mm in height with a wheelbase stretching across 2640 mm. The car will derive its power from a 1.2 liter 8NR-FTS turbo engine producing a power from 115 PS between 5200 to 5600 rpm and a peak torque of 185NM between 1500 and 4000 rpm. The engine output will channeled to the road via a six-speed manual transmission, or a CVT. Toyota hasn’t released the official price of C-HR yet, but is expected be start around $20,000.

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