Showcased as a concept back in 2014, Toyota finally revealed the C-HR in production ready spec earlier this year at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Though the car was revealed, its interiors were not. Not anymore, as Toyota has revealed the same in official hi-res images.
Featuring a clean and uncluttered dashboard, thanks to the large 8 inch touchscreen, the dashboard of Toyota C-HR offers a much better HMI (Human Machine Interface). The touchscreen is powered by Toyota’s latest, 2016 operating system featuring connected systems as well as navigation.
Below the screen are AC vents and controls to the dual zone AC. Finished in black, the three-spoke steering wheel seems wrapped in soft leather and also has piano-black inserts in the lower half. There is also a stalk for cruise control, mounted on the right side.
Cubby holes and bottle / glass holders are in plenty. Black leather seats add to the premium feel of the C-HR cabin. Rear seat photos are not revealed, but expect them to offer enough legroom, thanks to the long length of the car. Boot too is expected to be huge.
Along with photos, Toyota also revealed that the interiors will be available in three options – Black and Blue (the one in the images above), Black & Brown, and Dark Grey.
Production of the new Toyota is already underway at the company’s plant in Turkey and the UK. To be offered with three petrol engine options – 1.2L, 1.8L and 2.0L, all mated to a CVT.
More details about the interiors in the official release and photos below.