Back in 2014, Toyota showcased the C-HR or the Coupe High Rider hybrid crossover as a concept and later in 2016, Toyota revealed the same in its production form at the Geneva Motor Show. When revealed, not much was available about the interior of the vehicle, until now.
Toyota themselves have issued a press release about the C-HR, along with high resolution photos of the interior. The C-HR features a clean, yet highly modern interior, with an almost off-set touch screen infotainment system.
The images reveal one of the three interior colour options, which is black and blue. Other interior colour options include Black and brown, and dark grey. The interior receives leather seats, steering, and door trims, along with piano black inserts.
The Toyota C-HR will be available in three petrol engine variants to choose from, a 1.2-litre, 1.8-litre, and a 2.0-litre. All three engines will come mated to a Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) gearbox.