LeithCars recently shared its findings on the new 2018 Toyota C-HR (coupe high rider) in a posting on its website.
The crossover vehicle looks like it's in motion even when it isn't, which makes for a stunning appearance. The car is available in interesting paint colors such as ruby flare pearl and radiant green mica, and even some two-tone options. A solid white roof and roof spoiler that contrast with the paint colors create a unique look not offered on other Toyota models.
A G Monitor in the scrollable information display area shows the car's center of gravity, which is interesting when driving tight curves. The car also offers Eco, Normal and Sport modes for different driving conditions.
Toyota tested a race-ready C-HR on the Nurburgring Test Track to finalize the best settings for the vehicle. The car has independent MacPherson strut front suspension with a stabilizer bar, coil springs and hydraulic shock absorbers in the front, plus double-wishbone suspension with coil springs, trailing arms, stabilizer bar and hydraulic shock absorbers in the back.
The crossover has a 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engine with 144 horsepower, rating the vehicle at 27 miles per gallon on city roads and 31 on the highway. The C-HR starts at $22,500 MSRP.