One of the major selling points of the C-HR comes from the list of standard features. XLE versions come standard with LED daytime running lights, 18-inch wheels, powered rearview mirrors with integrated turn signals, Dual-zone automatic climate control, a 7-inch touchscreen display for the sound system, a 4.2-inch screen in the instrument cluster, an electronically dimming rearview mirror with an integrated backup camera, a leather trimmed steering wheel and shift knob, power windows and keyless entry. Standard safety features include Toyota's Safety Sense P system, which includes a lane departure warning system, a pre-collision system, a pedestrian detection system, automatic high beams and radar controlled cruise control. Ten airbags are also standard.
The XLE Premium trim costs less than $2,000 extra, but includes fog lamps, touch sensors for the outside door handles and rear hatch, side mirrors that include blind spot warning indicators and puddle lights, heated front seats and a smart key with a remote start function.
It doesn't make any extra power, but that's fine.
Further proof that gold wheels make almost everything better.
This concept could preview a line of parts for future Supra owners, but Toyota won't cop to anything yet.
A little extra carbon fiber never hurts.
It's light on updated looks, but that means Toyota spent time updating the bits that count.
There's just a light update to its style, with more substantial improvements beneath.
It's more than just an appearance package, which is refreshing.
The whole TRD Pro lineup receives updates for the 2020 model year.