Toyota has been a major SUV manufacturing company globally for quite a few years. However, the company does not have many models in the ever-growing SUV market of India, except the Toyota Fortuner, which is a premium model. However, the company is now planning to launch its all new Toyota C-HR in the Indian SUV market soon.
Unlike Fortuner, the Toyota C-HR India price will be competitive and the car will sit in the mid-range SUV segment. The company was eager to showcase its new C-HR in the Delhi Auto Expo 2018, but unfortunately it didn’t happen. It would directly launch this SUV in the Indian market, reportedly in the second half of 2018.
The interiors of the new Toyota C-HR are made up of high class leather, with a smooth texture and finish. The cabin silhouette is extended intentionally into the cockpit, so that driver can drive the car with utmost convenience and comfort. The dashboard of C-HR looks stunning with analog LED lighted speed dials, colored TFT multi-information display, and 8” multimedia display.
The Toyota is designed, considering its name, i.e. “C-HR,” which means Coupe High Rider. In terms of car language, coupe means a car having 2-doors. So, this car contains 2-doors, with a built designed with the TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture Technology) platform. Toyota has already used the TNGA platform in its earlier car called “Toyota Pirus,” which was praised globally by the car experts. Toyota is going to compete with the Hyundai Creta in the Indian SUV market, with the new Toyota C-HR. Besides this, it has also some exciting additional technological features like:
Although the features of the engines that Toyota will provide in its C-HR SUV’s engines in India are yet unknown, but it is speculated that the company will launch the same two different versions of 1.4 literpetrol and hybrid powertrain engines that is has been running in European countries. Both these versions of the Toyota C-HR will contain 4-cylinder unit, 148hbp power, and 193Nm of torque power.
Toyota company has gone a step forward to design the looks of this all new 5-seater SUV. The looks of the new Toyota C-HR are enough to baffle the viewers, with contemporary and meticulous measures, and diamond-faceted influence. The JBL audio system speakers are embedded at every side of the C-HR, to provide one of its kind listening experience to the passengers. If this is not enough to make you C-HR’s fan, then it would be really an exception from your side to know that C-HR has an agility of dynamic hatchback and confidence of a latest coupe model SUV.
Although the new C-HR has had to face some criticism in the U.S. market due to lack of limited smartphone integration features and plastic heavy interior, Toyota is looking forward to mitigate these issues in the Indian version.
The speculations on the launch date of the new Toyota C-HR are high, but, according to Autoportal.com, the company would launch this car in the second half of 2018. So, sit tight and cross your fingers for this all new 5-seater SUV: Toyota C-HR in the Indian market.