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Toyota C-HR: First Reveal of the New Crossover's Sophisticated Interior Design

Designed to stand out both within the Toyota line-up and in its segment, the all-new C-HR – or Coupé High-Rider - represents Akio Toyoda’s determination to allow greater stylistic freedom and promote engineering creativity in order to achieve eye-catching designs and enhanced driving pleasure.

The all new Toyota C-HR introduces a distinctive styling that brings newfound dynamism and sensuality to the crossover market.

The interior styling represents a new 'Sensual Tech' design concept combining high-tech functionality with a sensual and fashionable style A new departure for Toyota, the interior styling represents a new 'Sensual Tech' design concept combining high-tech functionality with a sensual and fashionable style. It embodies a driver-focused area within an airy, expansive cabin space.

The C-HR is also available with the 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine which debuted in the Auris range last year. Delivering 114bhp (85kW) 185Nm of torque, this unit generates CO2 emissions from 135g/km. MPG figures will be released later. It may be mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or a Continuously Variable Transmission. CVT versions are available with either front or all-wheel drive.The warm, welcoming ambiance of an airy, expansive cabin space was created by the seamless layered architecture of the instrument panel that continues through to the door trim with a stylish ornamentation and a piano black panel. It offers a contrast between sensual surfacing and crisp lines to deliver a fresh, yet comfortable environment.

The driver-oriented area incorporates innovative details and intuitive, approachable high technology. All operating switchgear, and an 8.0-inch display audio touchscreen featuring a redesigned and improved Human Machine Interface with Toyota's Multi-Media 2016 navigation platform and enhanced connected services are slightly oriented towards the driver.

In conjunction with the asymmetrical center console design, this brings all controls within easy reach of the driver, while still allowing the front passenger access to the relevant switchgear. Because the touchscreen stands proud on the instrument panel rather than being enclosed by it, the upper dashboard is considerably lower in depth, further helping driver visibility.

A unique new two-tiered front seat design combines a slender, sporting upper section with a more strongly bolstered and supportive lower area, these differences are emphasized through the use of differing tones, textures and patterns within the upholstery.

The C-HR is also available with the 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine which debuted in the Auris range last year. Delivering 114bhp (85kW) 185Nm of torque, this unit generates CO2 emissions from 135g/km. MPG figures will be released later. It may be mated to either a six-speed manual gearbox or a Continuously Variable Transmission. CVT versions are available with either front or all-wheel drive.

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