Toyota has whipped the wraps off the facelifted C-HR, handing the striking crossover minor cosmetic changes and improved tech for its mid-lifecycle update.
Externally, the Japanese automaker says the C-HR remains true to its striking, coupé-styled design, with revisions to the front and rear apron among the updates. The front spoiler's lower lip has received a dash of colour, which Toyota says "reinforces the dynamic figure”. The head- and taillamps (the latter now connected by a gloss black spoiler) feature new LED technology, with the daytime running lights now incorporating the indicators.
The interior has received updates, too. The facelifted C-HR ushers in a fresh multimedia system, which incorporates smartphone integration software such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, as well as ‘over the air’ map updates. An improved NVH pack has also been introduced in order to reduce cabin noise.
Toyota says the C-HR’s EPS has been modified for improved steering feel, making it more dynamic than the pre-facelifted model.