New Toyota C-HR Hybrid 2020 Review Interior Exterior

New Toyota C-HR Hybrid 2020 Review Interior Exterior.

What happens when Toyota designers blend sport coupe, hatchback and compact crossover? The boldly expressive, fun to drive and utterly unique C-HR happens. The C-HR’s standout design brings an updated look for 2020 with a restyled front fascia, LED headlamps and new wheel designs. There’s more pure Toyota value, too, with all three grades – LE, XLE and Limited – adding new amenities.

The Toyota C-HR broke new design ground for the automaker, which applied new manufacturing techniques to take a highly sculpted concept-car body design into production while preserving its essence. The result melds sport coupe personality with crossover versatility.

The C-HR comes equipped with standard Toyota Safety Sense P™ (TSS-P), a multi-feature advanced active safety suite that bundles Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection (PCS w/PD), Lane Departure Alert with Steering Assist (LDA w/SA), Automatic High Beams (AHB), and Full-Speed Range Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC).

The STAR Safety System comes with: Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), Traction Control (TRAC), Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brake-Force Distribution (EBD), Brake Assist (BA) and Smart Stop Technology® (SST). Also complementing TSS-P are 10 standard airbags, standard Hill-Start Assist Control (HAC) and a rear backup camera. Blind Spot Monitor with Rear Cross Traffic Alert is standard on the XLE and Limited models.

The C-HR packs a lot of attitude in a compact package that measures 172.6 in. long on a 103.9- in. wheelbase – making the C-HR a tight, agile form that’s a joy to wheel through congested urban areas.

Never one to blend in, the C-HR updates its extroverted style for 2020 with a redesigned front fascia, headlamps, bumper, grille and spoiler. The LE grade joins its siblings with standard LED headlamps and also debuts a new optional 17-inch alloy wheel design. The Limited grade gets a new 18-inch alloy wheel design.

Added features enhance value for 2020. All C-HR models already came equipped with Apple CarPlay compatibility and now, for 2020, standard Android Auto compatibility completes the smartphone compatible suite. In addition, the LE grade picks up SiriusXM® All Access 3-Month Trial Satellite Radio, which was already standard on XLE and Limited.

The XLE grade adds new seatback pockets and windshield visor extensions, the kind of detail upgrades that owners appreciate in everyday usage. The top-of-line Limited, which already includes leather-trimmed seating, heated front seats and ambient lighting, reaches further into luxury territory with a new 8-way power driver’s seat and Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS) with headlamp auto-leveling. AFS partially aims the headlight beams into turns as the driver steers, helping to provide an extra margin of night driving safety.

Toyota designers went all-in on expressiveness with the C-HR. The slim LED headlights wrap deeply into the sides of the hood, running rearward along the fender tops. Deep, curvy character lines emerge from a prominent Toyota badge on the front fascia and lead into the narrower core body. These lines continue below the side windows and above the rear wheel, where they join a high beltline and distinctive C-pillar with hidden-type design door handles.

The sport coupe persona is especially evident in the fastback-style roof, highly sculpted “wide body” rear quarter panels, and a lip spoiler on the hatchback. At the roof’s edge, a color-matched cantilevered wing tapers neatly inboard.

Canards on the rear quarter panels, front and rear spats, a streamlined rear lower bumper, and stabilizing fins integrated into the taillights all manage critical airflow in and around the body. Beneath the body, a bevy of rigid covers – on the engine, floor, fuel tank, and aft of the rear wheels – cull turbulence and, in doing so, help enhance vehicle control and fuel efficiency.

The C-HR’s color palette is as expressive as the design. Color choices include Blizzard Pearl*, Blue Eclipse Metallic, Magnetic Gray Metallic, Black Sand Pearl, and Silver Knockout Metallic. New for 2020, Supersonic Red* and Hot Lava* (orange), which is available only with the R-Code Black roof. R-Code Black is also available with Silver Knockout Metallic, Blizzard Pearl* and Supersonic Red*, The R-Code White roof is discontinued for 2020 and is replaced with the new R-Code Silver roof* for Black Sand Pearl. With either R-Code option, the roof color is matched by the side mirrors and A-pillars for a truly custom look.

Toyota designers gave the C-HR a modern and uncluttered interior with a bold placement of accents and a driver-centric orientation. They call it “MeZONE,” but it’s hardly selfish at all. It means fun for the driver and welcoming for passengers.

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35 thoughts on “New Toyota C-HR Hybrid 2020 Review Interior Exterior

  1. I really loved the way this car looks in person, when I had the car for review I was surprised to see how well everything fit together and the interior space is insane!

  2. It looks more sporty and prestigious than other toyota models. Which would you prefer between Peugoet 2008 and C-HR?

  3. Toyota veškeré designy jsou velice hezké Dávám prst nahoru sama Jsem vlastníkem už třetí Toyoty vždy o od model a moc spokojená

  4. Cek aing mah beungeut na kurang alus ieu mobil teh.. Ngadon harga na weh salangit…
    Level na sapantar HRV dijual harga CRV…. nya kalaut weh nu aya..

  5. Wow i am going. To buy soon but the problem. Is toyota ch-r. Hybrid. I need fully. Electric because. I do not want to pay conjunction charge i am just wait if toyota company. Bring toyota c-hr with electric i was expecting. By 2020 toyota company has to offer fully elecctric. Rather than hybrid

  6. I've been drooling over this car from the minute I saw it when it first got on the market. Love at first sight. The seats in Toyota are always very comfortable (I once sat in a Ford, and it was like sitting on wood, quite hard and uncomfortable if you're used to Toyota). The back window however is what keeps me doubting. It's not that big and the way it is makes me think it's not very good visibility. Makes me doubt between this car and the, boring, Corolla hatchback 🙂 Gonna buy one of these 2 cars by the end of the year.

  7. Almost perfect but slowest car in the compact suv line.and little bit smaller then vezel.if the rear seat and rear leg room were bit larger ,with 50more hp it would take first place in the compact suv line.look at cx3 and cx30 engine, those are beast,and there stability is surprisingly very well.

  8. The correct term for blinkers in English is flashing indicators. So stop saying blinkers and start using correct technical terms. Horses wear blinkers.

  9. Am loving my C-HR 2020😘. Got mine 2months ago. She is in white colour and i named her Becca😊😊

  10. I wish the interior and dash was just like Prius,with digital speedometer and that modern gear style.I hate the exterior design of Prius but it’s interior is lovely.
    on the other hand,I love the exterior design of CHR,but interior looks very average.
    CHR is based on Prius platform,they really should have used same interior quality and style.

  11. După accentul tău, ești pui de dac. Ar fi bine ca, din moment ce faci un review în limba engleza, sa o și stăpânești corespunzător.

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