The new Toyota C-HR pairs sharp, dynamic styling with flowing lines and a broad stance. The result? An exterior design that gives the impression the car's moving, even when stationary.
Engaging, dynamic and exceptionally efficient - this is the next level Hybrid experience. And with two powertrains to choose from, you'll enjoy an ultra-smooth ride no matter what. But if power is what you're after, the 2.0-litre Hybrid Dynamic Force (M20A-FXS) powertrain has ample.
The Toyota C-HR has been designed with the city in mind - its nimble handling and impressive manoeuvrability make it a dream in tight spaces. With a total length of under 4,4 metres and a full turning circle of only 10.4 metres, you'll be able to glide through city centres with ease.
Enjoy total peace of mind knowing that your Toyota is always looking out for you. With intelligent features that assist you in various driving situations, like the Blind Spot Monitor (standard on Sol and Launch edition) and the Pre-Collision System with Pedestrian Detection, it's reassuring to know that you, your passengers and other road users are always safe.Explore safety features >
"I’m driving my three children to school every morning, knowing I’m making a difference to their future. And I only have to fill the car every 5 or 6 weeks. Hybrid is definitely the way to go."
"To switch from Diesel to Hybrid was an easy decision. The cost savings of the fuel, the insurance and the car tax – for someone with a young family, that makes a huge difference - it's the price of a holiday."
"People are surprised that you don’t have to plug it in, and it’s self-charging. I would have no hesitation recommending Toyota Hybrid to any friend."
According to data from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI), Toyota is the clear winner when it comes to reducing the CO2 output from the top 10 car brands.
Toyota revealed plans to build a prototype "city" of the future on a 175-acre site at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan.
Over the last few months there has been a lot of noise in the motor industry about Mild Hybrid cars, which is adding to the overall confusion that new car buyers are facing.