Toyota presents the new sports version C-HR GR SPORT which is inspired by the Japanese manufacturer’s GR models, oriented to performance and the colors of the racing liveries. The model adds exclusivity and prestige to the design and performance that have already given the C-HR its segment icon status C-SUV.
After launching the Corolla GR Sport sports version, Toyota it often does so with another model from its wide range: C-HR, the best-selling hybrid SUV on the market with over 60,000 units registered in Italy since its launch in 2016.
The new C-HR GR SPORT features modifications to the front that include a brand logo with a black background, a Piano Black finish for the central part of the bumper, the frames of the fog lights, a dark chrome grille and a new front spoiler which gives the car an even more aggressive style. The great attention to detail by Toyota, which in Italy has achieved a sales record with Yaris, is also visible in the rear, characterized by the brand logo with a black background, reflective light edged in Piano Black, specific finishing under the bumper and the logo GR SPORT.
The interior features a new cabin finish in Cool Silver. The seats are in Alcantara and leather: the materials enhance the sporty character of the set-up, combining technical performance with elegance and maximum driving comfort, while respecting the environment. The steering wheel rim is in perforated leather with contrasting red stitching and the GR Sport logo.
The new model of the Japanese manufacturer, which has just started the orders for the new hybrid version of RAV 4, is equipped with premium tires, the nuovi Continental Premium Contact 6 19-inch wheels that increase front axle grip levels and cornering stiffness, resulting in better yaw resistance and less understeer when subjected to the same G.
The sports version of Toyota’s successful crossover also features the latest version of the Toyota Safety Sense: it is a set of active safety technologies designed to help prevent or mitigate collisions in a wide range of traffic situations.
The 1.8L version of C-HR GR Sport starts from a list price of 37,600 euros which drops to 31.600 euro in case of scrapping. The 2.0L variant, on the other hand, from 39,600 euros of the list price comes to 32.600 euro with state eco-incentives and scrapping.
Source: Virgilio Motori by motori.virgilio.it.
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