After years of concepts, the production version of the Toyota C-HR debuted at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year. Now Toyota has revealed the interior.
The C-HR (Coupe-High Rider) is Toyota’s crossover, that will sit a step below the medium sized RAV4. It is set to rival the Nissan Juke, Mazda CX-3 and Renault Captur.
The interior is as notable as the exterior. The outside of the car sets it apart somewhat from the host of cookie-cutter compact crossovers that roam the roads. It is bold and sporty with large wheel arches and aggressive bumpers and a presence likely to polarise opinion.
The interior has a sleek, modern design with the eight-inch touchscreen being the most notable feature. There is an asymmetrical center console, decorative accents are finished in piano black and satin silver trim and the seats come in either black or brown Nappa leather.
The C-HR comes with automatic air conditioning and ambient lighting – including illuminated cup holders – to enhance the premium feel.