Toyota’s Turbo Charged GR C-HR Sport Set from 2023 Launch. High-riding hot hatch with 257 horsepower and all-wheel drive.
As per Source from Toyota, that the C-HR would be the next car, after the Yaris, to undergo a GR transformation, but the new model won’t launch until 2023.
The High performance C-HR would use a de-tuned version of Toyota’s turbocharged 1.6-liter three-cylinder engine that’s in the GR Yaris. It makes 257 horsepower (192 kilowatts) in Europe and 268 hp (200 kW) in Japan.
Expect that power to be distributed through a manual or by an automatic gearbox, and sent to all four wheels via the same AWD system as the Yaris GR.
The GR C-HR crossover will continue to be based on Toyota’s TNGA underpinnings, which should form a good basis for a performance SUV with a handful of upgrades. These include a body-kit with ‘GR Sport’ badging.
Quick Look at the C-HR GR Sport
The platform features multi-link suspension, Larger and Lighter Diamond-cut alloy wheels and Updated brakes, a stainless steel “dress-up” muffler set with quad tips, a center brace for improved rigidity, a sports steering wheel lifted from the 86 sports car, adjustments to the suspension and steering for more focused handling, along with sports seats in cloth/suede combination trim.
Some enhancements are also be made to the interior to help it all match. The steering wheel will have a “GR”-labelled item, with silver contrast stitching, sports front seats, alloy pedals, and dark grey trim highlights for the dash and center console. It’s a subtle makeover but certainly unique over the regular C-HR.
The head and tail lights have also been redesigned – the former now comes with LED lighting as standard, and higher grades get projector units that combine the daytime running lights and sequential indicators into a single “eyebrow” graphic. On these range-topping models, the tail lights also feature blocky graphics and are joined together by a new gloss black spoiler.
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