2018 Toyota C-HR Interior, Exterior
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is a two-door compact crossover sporting utility vehicle whose manufacture by the Japanese automobile giant, Toyota Motors Corporation is to officially commence in March 2018. It is discussed in details in the proceeding review:
2018 Toyota C-HR Exterior and Interior
With a height of 59.05 inches, width of 72.83 inches and length of 171.25 inches, alongside its huge wheels, arches and bumpers, this crossover is to have a very huge appearance indeed. Its exterior is also to feature complex headlight graphics, smaller sized wheels, level roof, large roofline spoiler, tiny back windows, biggest dead spots, thick roofing system pillars, floating tail-lights and reduced tailgate designs. It is to have two doors, and a very sleek and stylish appearance. The cabin of this 2018 Toyota C-HR crossover is anticipated to have shiny black surfaces and is set to also comprise cleaner dashboard, an instrument cluster that has a huge clock, mats with red edges, white seats, and 1.6 inches touch screen display, alongside other elegant infotainment and interior features. All these shall work hand in hand to ensure the overall comfort of those on board.
2018 Toyota C-HR Engine
It is to derive its power from a 2.0-liters 1-4 hybrid engine system that shall be capable of generating around 200 horsepower and 270 pounds-feet of torque. This engine system is to be so efficient that it is to emit as minimal carbon dioxide emissions as possible. This engine is to be mated onto a continuously variable transmission. This crossover is to be packed with certain safety features which are so designed to safeguard those on board. These shall include high belt line, low roofing, rear view cameras, and blind spot displays. A comprehensive listing of all the safety and navigational features is still not available though.
It is to utilize the Toyota FCV hydrogen fuel infrastructure which is expected to not only reduce the amount of Carbon emissions into the atmosphere, but also reduce the consumption of fuel to a considerable extent. Other precise details concerning the fuel consumption for city and highway drives are still unclear. It is set to accelerate from 0 to 60 miles per hour in just about 8 seconds.
2018 Toyota C-HR Release Date and Price
As has been alluded to earlier, the manufacture of the 2018 Toyota C-HR is due to commence officially in March 2018. It is expected to be released into the market shortly thereafter. The precise cost of this crossover is still unclear. However, reliable sources intimate that it shall cost somewhere between $17,500 and $18,000.