Toyota has officially introduced the all-new C-HR compact crossover in Japan, the carmaker also sourcing out the technical details that it will come with once it will be available in dealerships countrywide, starting the end of the year.
Besides the impressive and futuristic design, the Toyota C-HR will be also offered with a wide range of engines, available for all four trim levels – the S and G will get the 1.8-liter hybrid flat-four engine, while the top of the lines S-T and G-T will feature the 1.2-liter turbocharged flat-four engine.
Unfortunately, the Japanese carmaker didn’t reveal the full performance specifications for all versions, but it will definitely come with different type of power and torque as opposed to the European siblings, which come with around 120 horsepower, while the turbos are set at 114 horsepower.
In the United States, the Toyota C-HR might be offered with a 2.0-liter flat-four cylinder with power to be known at a later date. Even if we do not have the performance figures, we do know that the model will come with a wide range of safety features, all part of the Toyota`s Safety Sense P driver assistance pack.
The pack comes with pre-collision braking system, lane departure warning, radar cruise control, automatic high beams, blind spot monitoring or rear cross-traffic alert. More details will be known in a couple of months, before the hybrid`s introduction on the Japanese market, while the Europeans will have to wait until 2017 to have it home.