Toyota has registered a trademark for the “C-HR GR Sport” nameplate, suggesting the firm’s compact crossover will before long get a sporting activities-inspired trim-degree. The styling offer will act as the flagship design for the common-concern C-HR array, giving level of competition for the Nissan Juke Tekna+ and Volkswagen T-Roc R-Line.
Like Toyota’s existing Yaris GR Activity and Corolla GR Activity styles, the C-HR GR Activity will use the exact mechanicals as the common C-HR crossover, but it’ll feature a sporty exterior styling offer inspired by the impending functionality-concentrated 250bhp C-HR GR.
We expect that the jazzed-up GR Activity will start afterwards this 12 months. The design need to be rather effortless for Toyota to develop, as it demands only negligible modifications to the crossover’s overall body and interior. It need to also establish to be as rewarding as the firm’s existing GR Activity styles – each of which have savored product sales results in the British isles.
Revisions over the common-concern C-HR need to involve broader front and rear bumpers, further side skirts, much larger alloy wheels, privateness glass and a pair of LED headlamps. Like the Corolla GR Activity, buyers need to also get a pair of sporting activities seats and a reupholstered interior.
As the C-HR GR Activity is a purely cosmetic trim offer, it’ll be available with the crossover’s common array of engines. Potential buyers will be available a option of two 4-cylinder hybrid powertrains – both a 120bhp one.8-litre or a 181bhp two.-litre unit.
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