Toyota C-HR Limited Edition revealed

A new Toyota C-HR Limited Edition version has been revealed, delivering a rich mix of style, technology and equipment.

Just 100 examples of this new top-of-the-range C-HR are being made available, exclusively with Toyota’s smooth and refined new 1.8-litre petrol-electric hybrid powertrain.

On the street the Limited Edition is distinguished by a bi-tone paint finish that combines Metal Stream bodywork with a contrast black finish to the roof, rear spoiler and door mirrors. Eighteen-inch alloys with a matt black finish and chrome side sills add to the visual impact, together with discreet Limited Edition diamond badging on the centre pillars.

The cabin is fitted out with black leather upholstery, has special Limited Edition badging on the dashboard and comes equipped with a nine-speaker JBL sound system, complete with an eight-channel, 576-Watt amplifier.

Toyota C-HR Limited Edition Leather Seats

The Limited Edition adopts all the high-quality design and specification features of the C-HR Dynamic. This includes LED headlights, fog lamps and daytime running lights, sequential LED turn indicators and rear privacy glass. Auto-folding door mirrors, front and rear parking sensors and Smart Entry and Start ensure maximum convenience, while a focus on contemporary style in the cabin adds an anodised blue decoration line framing the full width of the dashboard, dark violet trims for the upper instrument panel and door panels and light blue ambient door illumination.

The Limited Edition further benefits from the Toyota touch 2 with Go multimedia and navigation system, including three years’ map updates and access to online services. In terms of safety, C-HR has been given the top five-star rating in independent Euro NCAP testing; it also comes with Toyota Safety Sense as standard, with active systems including adaptive cruise control, Automatic High Beam, Road Sign Assist, Lane Departure Alert with Lane Keep Assist and a Pre-Collision System with autonomous emergency braking. A Blind Spot Monitor, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, a reversing camera and Intelligent Parking Assist are also provided as standard.

C-HR is built on the new Toyota New Global Architecture-based platform, securing a low centre of gravity and a balanced chassis that are fundamental to securing intrinsically responsive and rewarding handling. Toyota’s latest generation petrol-electric hybrid powertrain further enhances the driving experience, while achieving characteristically high efficiency with low CO2 and NOx emissions and strong fuel economy (official combined cycle figures 87g/km CO2  and 72.4mpg).

The new C-HR Hybrid Limited Edition is on sale now, price £29,995 on the road.

Comments (2)

  1. When I saw ‘Limited Edition’ I hoped it was going to be a ‘hot’ version to rival the Juke Nismo. My wife already has a Hybrid C-HR, which is proving to be an excellent car. I know a high performance version has been built and did extremely well last year in the 24 hour endurance race at Nurburgring. Based on our current experience with the current model, I would pre-order a higher spec if one was to come to production. Are you able to reveal such a C-HR high performance is on the cards?

    1. Hi Robert,
      We’re glad your wife is a fan of the Hybrid C-HR! Unfortunately, we have no information regarding the future of the C-HR. At this moment in time, all we can confirm is the Limited Edition.

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