Having launched the C-HR GR Sport for the European market last November, Toyota is now accepting orders for it in the United Kingdom.
Available with the 1.8-liter and 2.0-liter self-charging hybrid powertrains, the model starts at £31,395 ($43,041) with the smaller engine and £33,015 ($45,262) with the larger unit.
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The new variant of Toyota’s subcompact SUV features re-tuned steering and stiffened front and rear springs for improved handling. Key features include a revised exterior with black details applied to the headlamp and fog lamp housings, central bumper section, grille, side mirror caps, roof and rear bumper. The makeover also counts a bi-tone paint finish, 19-inch GR Sport five double-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in 225/45 Continental Premium Contact tires and GR badging.
A similar theme was applied to the cockpit, which gets new fabric upholstery for the front sports seats, with a woven center stripe in GR Sport’s colors. There are also GR-branded scuff plates, a perforated leather steering wheel with red contrast stitching, silver trim for the instrument panel and a GR Sport logo in red and black for the push-button start. Customers can get Alcantara upholstery as an option with electric adjustment for the front seats.
Like the rest of the 2021 C-HR lineup, the new C-HR GR Sport benefits from the Toyota Safety Sense suite of driver assistance aids. The list counts the new Lane Trace Assist and extended Pre-Collision System with daylight cyclist detection.