The 2018 Toyota C-HR Showcases "Functionality With Fashionable Style"
With a chassis made from the TNGA, Toyota New Global Architecture.
Bridging the gap between what Toyota states is the combination of “high-tech functionality with fashionable style,” the Japanese automaker has released the latest iteration of the C-HR. For the new year, the manufacturer has introduced a slew of new features alongside a bold, idiosyncratic and Diamond design-driven exterior. Including a TNGA, Toyota New Global Architecture, chassis provides a stronger and stiffer body shell that improves ride comfort and safety, while the interior characteristics complement the car’s contemporary attributes and sleek aesthetics. When it comes down to the specs, the car handles smoothly via the implementation of a 7-Speed Automatic Transmission with Super ECT, three driving modes and a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine — a drivetrain which can administer 171 Nm of torque and deliver 140 horsepower.
For more information on the crossover, head over to Toyota’s website.