The 2017 Toyota C-HR Debut Showcases Innovative Styling and More
Daytona Beach and Palm Coast drivers who are into state-of-the-art compact crossovers should be excited by the 2017 Toyota C-HR debut. The edgy new vehicle was recently unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, and it is expected to arrive in the United States in 2017. Here’s everything we know so far.
The first hint we got of the C-HR was as a concept vehicle at the Paris Motor Show back in 2014. Drivers were impressed by its chiseled appearance, so we’re glad to see that the C-HR production model has retained those lean and aggressive lines.
Palm Coast and Daytona Beach drivers will be able to instantly pick the vehicle out thanks to its distinctive front and rear fenders, taillights with a boomerang bend, and pronounced wheel arches. If you’re into making a statement, the C-HR is poised to make a statement.
Toyota indicated that the C-HR would be designed to promote creativity instead of keeping to tradition. The final result is absolutely stunning, with black leather and a blue swatch running across the entire dash for a modern, eye-catching appearance.
Everything is controlled from a large 8-inch touch-sensitive display, with the screen angled towards the driver for added ease of use. In fact, the entire cabin is driver-centric, and it will put a stunning array of technologies at your disposal.
The 2017 Toyota C-HR is based around the same global platform as the Prius, and it has been confirmed that European models will receive a 1.8L hybrid engine for up to 120 hp or a 1.2L turbo for up to 133 hp. Turbo models even offer a choice between a six-speed manual gearbox or a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT).
The US model’s powertrain options have not yet been confirmed, so stay tuned!
The 2017 Toyota C-HR Debut has Sparked Interest Across the Country
Here at Beaver Toyota, we’re just as eager for news of the 2017 C-HR as our customers around Daytona Beach and Palm Coast. We’ll be keeping our ears to the ground, so don’t hesitate to contact us today to hear the latest.