Toyota C-HR became one of the variants that make the Bangkok International Motor Show (BIMS) increasingly look fresh. Unlike the variants that had appeared on GIIAS last year, the crossover is on display in the Modellista version.
Modellista is an accessory commonly used Toyota in changing the standard look becomes more sexy. The concept of refreshing the body is so felt on the front lines, especially bumper and grill.
The more handsome again when looking at the legs with brightly colored alloy materials.
While in the stern, the variation is very crowded and full of bending. The main side that makes this model looks pleasing to the eye is the bumper and rear spoiler. There are two parts of the spoiler, namely the top and bottom just above the C-HR emblem.
When compared with TRD Sportivo, there is a rear bumper which is minimal angle but looks more dynamic.
According to Paultan.org's presentation, Toyota C-HR is marketed with a 1.8-liter engine. There are two models offered, namely hybrid and non-hybrid. The non-hybrid version is divided into entry and mid level. While the hybrid version has a mid and hi level.