The 2018 Toyota C-HR is going to arrive with the same risks that the Toyota Prius brought with it. The C-HR is going to be a fun vehicle to drive, however it may scare away many consumers with it having the same risks as the Prius, which has declined in sales.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is going to be in dealers by spring 2017 and it has the TNGA platform. It is going to have the avant-garde look of the European crossover but we expect the headlights along with taillights to be different. The US version will offer up dual projector beam halogen headlights which come with LED daytime running lights, while the taillights are designed to protrude from the body.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR US version is going to offer the 2 litre naturally aspirated 2 litre I-4 engine offering up 144 horses along with 139 of torque. The CVT is the only available transmission on offer; however, the all-wheel drive is going to be made available in Europe. The vehicle is going to be offered with all-wheel drive in Europe, however when it is launched in 2018 it will only be available with front-wheel drive.
The 2018 Toyota C-HR is going to be available in a choice of two trims and these are XLE and XLE Premium when launched.