The interior features piano black and satin silver finishes, switchgear skewed toward the driver and a 6.1-inch touchscreen that sits proud of the dash, rather than within it.
Toyota says designers focused heavily on the touch, shape, colour and even the blue illumination of the interior controls. Designers also went for a new two-tiered seat design.
Blue also features across the dash and door trims in Europe, but Australian customers will get ‘Cool Grey’ inserts instead.
Based on Toyota’s new TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, the C-HR’s body design remains true to the concepts that appeared in Paris in 2014 and Frankfurt in 2015 by featuring a diamond architectural theme with a coupe-like roofline atop prominent wheel-arches.
The compact five-door crossover wagon features extra ground clearance, disguised rear door handles integrated within the C-pillar, an aerodynamic skeletal-frame rear spoiler, prominent rear light clusters and a top-hinged tailgate.
We have also seen how the Toyota C-HR will look like when they showed it off at the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year. The vehicle came with a stylish exterior with concealed rear door handles, coupe-like shape, and bold wheel arches. The Toyota C-HR will be competing with models like the Mazda CX-3. As much as we like how the Mazda CX-3 ended up looking like, we think the Toyota C-HR looks slightly better here.