Toyota has revealed exciting additions to the acclaimed C-HR crossover for European markets.
Launched in 2016 and positioned as a dynamic crossover combining extravagant looks with the handling prowess to match – yet delivering segment-best emissions performance – the first Toyota C-HR had a powerful impact on the C-SUV segment.
In its first year, the C-HR sold 120,000 units in Europe, instantly achieving a 10% share of the segment. This success story has continued and today, equipped with a segment-unique choice of 1.8 litre, 122 hp or 2.0 litre, 184 hp hybrid powertrains, the CH-R is driven by more than 400,000 Europeans.
Inspired by Toyota’s performance-focused GR models and the livery colours of TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, the new GR SPORT adds sharper exterior and interior styling to the C-HR’s already striking appearance.
The GR Sport rollout continues, following the Corolla Hatch, and further helps build the Gazoo Racing (GR) brand. GR Sport represents the 2nd tier in the GR-pyramid and encompasses bespoke visual and handling treatment. GR Sport models receive revised suspension tuning, bespoke alloy wheels and other GR-inspired trim.