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Toyota C-HR will Get 1.2L Turbo, 2.0L And 1.8L Hybrid Engines



Toyota officially entering the subcompact SUV segment to go head to head with competitors like Honda’s HRV. Toyota has officially revealed the all-new Toyota C-HR in Geneva Motor Show.

However Toyota’s C-HR low roofline design, coupe-like line gives the Toyota C-HR sportier look, giving it a more distinctive looks among its competitors like Mazda CX-3. The hidden rear door handle like the HRV are also seen with the Toyota C-HR.

The all new chassis of the C-HR is the flexible Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) shared with the Prius, which allowed the use of the latter’s gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain, making it the first of its kind in its class.


The  Toyota C-HR will be offered in Europe with the new 115PS (114hp) 1.2-liter turbocharged gasoline engine first, connected to a 6-speed manual gearbox or a Continuously Variable automatic Transmission system. It will also get a 2.0-liter CVT-only model, which the company said will be available for certain markets –not the UK, without naming them.

Toyota will launch the C-HR in North America early next year.