Today, Toyota revealed the latest iteration of its C-HR SUV. Manufactured in Europe, the new model boasts an updated design and offers a range of hybrid and plug-in hybrid engines. It is set to hit the market in late summer 2023.
The exterior of the new C-HR showcases a distinctive styling that departs from its predecessor. Inside the vehicle, updated control systems and connectivity options have been incorporated, which include a digital key feature.
Significantly, the new model also includes a Geofencing function that automatically switches the vehicle to Electric Vehicle (EV) mode when entering designated low-emission zones. The model will be available with 1.8 and 2.0-litre hybrid electric powertrains, with additional details to be provided closer to the release date.
Pricing for the new C-HR has yet to be announced, but experts speculate it will maintain a competitive position within the compact SUV market. Toyota is expected to disclose further information regarding the vehicle’s pricing and availability closer to the official release date.
View the official Toyota Press Release.