Toyota Ushers in an Exciting New Chapter with the 2018 C-HR


At the Los Angeles Auto Show, Toyota introduced the 2018 C-HR. (Which stands for Coupe High-Rider.) This new vehicle represents a leap forward in not only design, but also in manufacturing and engineering. The 2018 Toyota C-HR will feature a bold, eye-catching style that signals an entirely new direction for Toyota design.

The C-HR will be available in two grades when it launches in the spring of 2017, XLE and XLE Premium. Each will be equipped with a long list of standard premium features that includes 18-inch alloy wheels, dual-zone climate control, supportive bucket seating, 7-inch audio display, and Toyota Safety Sense P™

The 2018 C-HR features will be sophisticated and luxurious. Deep, curvy character lines will emerge from a prominent Toyota badge that’s flanked by the headlamps, and lead into the narrower core body. They run below the slender windows, and continue above the rear wheel where they marry to a high beltline and distinctive C-Pillar with integrated door handle. Customers should look closely at the silhouette where they will see the clear resemblance of a diamond set on its side.

Opening the door of the C-HR will reveal a modern, spacious, and uncluttered interior having a keen placement of diamond accents and a “MeZONE” orientation for the driver. Along with the soft-touch materials covering surfaces throughout, the diamond pattern influences the designs of the dual-zone climate controls, speaker surrounds, and black headliner above the front passengers.

The 2018 Toyota C-HR features a 7-inch audio display that will be positioned centrally atop the dash, as opposed to in it. This is designed to help reduce a driver’s eye movements. In addition, an informative twin-ring gauge cluster resides behind the leather-wrapped multi-function steering wheel.

No matter which grade you choose, the C-HR will come equipped with standard Toyota Safety Sense P™ (TSS-P). This multi-feature advanced active safety suite bundles cutting-edge active safety technologies including Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection function (PCS w/PD) featuring forward collision warning and Automatic Emergency Braking, Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist function (LDA w/SA), Automatic High Beams (AHB), and Full-Speed Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC). The C-HR is the only competitor in the segment to offer standard Full-Speed DRCC. In addition to TSS-P, the C-HR will feature 10 standard airbags, standard Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) and rear backup camera, as well as available Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert, which are only available on the XLE Premium grade.

To find out more about the 2018 Toyota C-HR, contact Courtesy Toyota of Brandon today. 

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