Toyota patented the name for the “charged” C-HRApril 1, 2020
Toyota registered a trademark for the C-HR GR Sport nameplate, suggesting that the company’s compact crossover will soon receive sports equipment.
Like the existing Toyota Yaris GR Sport and Corolla GR Sport models, the C-HR GR Sport will use the same mechanisms as the standard C-HR crossover, but it will be equipped with a sports exterior styling package inspired by the upcoming 250-liter performance. with.
The GR Sport version is expected to be launched later this year. Toyota should be simple enough to create, since it requires minimal changes to the body and interior of the crossover. It should also be as profitable as the existing GR Sport models of the company, both of which are successful in the UK.
The revision of the standard C-HR should include a wider front and rear bumpers, deeper side skirts, larger alloy wheels, protective glass and a pair of LED headlights. Like the Corolla GR Sport, buyers should also get a pair of sports seats and an updated interior.
Since the C-HR GR Sport is a purely cosmetic package, it will be offered with a standard range of crossover engines. Customers will be offered a choice of two four-cylinder hybrid powertrains – a 1.8-liter with 120 hp. or a 2.0-liter engine with a return of 181 hp
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