2017 TOYOTA C-HR GT JAPAN SPEC
The C-HR is powered by a turbocharged 1.2-litre, four cylinder petrol engine, on debut in this model, that produces 85kW from 5200–5600rpm and 185Nm between 1500–4000rpm.
The new model “C-HR” was launched as the second model of TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture), a structural reform of car manufacturing aimed at realizing “making ever-better cars.” The lineup includes the “G” and “S” equipped with a 1.8L in-line 4-cylinder DOHC hybrid system that pursues high efficiency, compactness and weight reduction, and the “G” equipped with a 1.2L in-line 4-cylinder DOHC intercooler turbo (regular gasoline specification). -T” and “S-T” are set. “G” and “S” achieve class top level 30.2km/L, and “G-T” and “S-T” achieve 15.4km/L (JC08 mode driving fuel efficiency). The exterior design was developed with the aim of realizing the designer’s thoughts as they are. Based on the keyword “Sensual Speed-Cross”, we have pursued a unique style, such as a cabin shape with a sense of speed, sculptural surfaces, and a contrast between the strongly narrowed body with a “diamond” motif and the large overhanging wheel flares. TOYOTA’s unique emotional design expression, such as Keen Look and Under Priority, realizes a unique styling that boldly fuses lightness and strength. The interior pursues a design that resonates with adults’ sensibilities with attention to detail such as texture, shape, and color, and has realized a driver’s space where the driver can concentrate on driving, such as placing the operation panel centered on the meter facing the driver. As for safety equipment, the Toyota Safety Sense P collision avoidance support package is standard on all models, contributing to safe driving support. (toyota Japan)