Toyota C-HR Hy-Power concept volcanic reinterpretation more powerful
By: Fedora Atjeh | September 13, 2017
Toyota has reinterpreted the C-HR crossover, proving that it is not necessary to sacrifice the design for practicality. The Toyota C-HR Hy-Power reflects in its design the presence of a hybrid powertrain more powerful, which implies more than the 123 CV that delivers the current production model.
The important Japanese production model has inspired this concept, which has received a more spicy style treatment on the outside, and inside, where the finishes are mixed with the volcanic tones that give this touch more transgressor.
The launch of the Toyota C-HR at the end of 2016 meant the entry of the Japanese firm into the mid-sized crossover market. The state-of-the-art hybrid engine and platform based on New Global Architecture also performed quite well, accounting for 75% of European sales.
The Toyota SUV to deal with the competitive C segment came with very clear things and that has helped make it a benchmark for the new prototype, which has not yet revealed all the details even though it made its stellar debut in the Frankurt Hall.
The new prototype continues to explore the 'diamond' theme of the production model and reflects the presence of a more powerful hybrid engine, announcing the future expansion of Toyota's hybrid program, for which more information will be available in early 2018. it is known at the moment is that it will be greater than the employee in the current CH-R: 122 CV (90 Kw).
On the outside, the C-HR Hy-Power employs exactly the same metal foils as the model being marketed. Thus we see a new metallized paint in matt dark carbon and a glossy black on the lower front edge spoiler, the area above the Toyota front emblem and the wheel arch trim.
What is most striking is the 'diamond cut' film that covers the ceiling surface and the contrast to the 'Orange Burning' finish
Inside, we see replicated that character with wraparound seats covered in black leather with head restraints and reinforcements in orange. The finishing touches are finished in orange from the projection line that flows from end to end of the dashboard and frames the touch screen of the multimedia system Toyota Touch 2.