Toyota C-HR Gets Hybrid Powertrain Boost

Toyota’s hybrid SUV, the C-HR, will receive a more powerful hybrid powertrain as part of its 2020 update.

A 2.0-liter engine paired with a hybrid motor making 182bhp overall will join the existing 120bhp 1.8-liter hybrid powertrain. The new option has CO2 emissions of 92g/km, according to NEDC data, and 109g/km according to WLTP test cycles. Toyota has not mentioned range or fuel efficiency details for the new powertrain but the less powerful existing model gets 74.3mpg (61.8mpg US).

The car is available to order now, with customers scheduled to receive their cars by the end of this year.


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