Toyota is currently in the process of perfecting the plans to bring its thoroughly style-packed SUV, the C-HR to India. The CH-R will be the first and only car from the all-new platform to be made in India.
The advance-looking dash is very thorough, with considerable elements on the central console placed in an individualistic manner. Despite these profound looks and sloping roof, the rear isnt too narrow either. The roof of the car has been shrewdly designed on the inside, so there is ample headroom. Legroom is tolerable too but is likely to be a bit low on the edge on the competition. A turbocharged petrol is also said to be on the charts, which could make for a real fun Toyota.
A five-door crossover that looks more like a pageant car than a production car, the CH-R will take on the its rivals that are well established among the customers such as Creta and the Tucson when its finally launched in India sometime in mid-2018.