Toyota has registered a trademark for the “C-HR GR Sport” nameplate, suggesting the firm’s compact crossover will soon get a sports activities-inspired trim-degree. The styling package deal will act as the flagship design for the standard-concern C-HR selection, giving levels of competition for the Nissan Juke Tekna+ and Volkswagen T-Roc R-Line.
Like Toyota’s current Yaris GR Sport and Corolla GR Sport products, the C-HR GR Sport will use the exact same mechanicals as the standard C-HR crossover, but it’ll aspect a sporty exterior styling package deal inspired by the approaching efficiency-concentrated 250bhp C-HR GR.
We expect that the jazzed-up GR Sport will start later on this calendar year. The design need to be relatively quick for Toyota to make, as it needs only minimum variations to the crossover’s overall body and interior. It need to also show to be as financially rewarding as the firm’s current GR Sport products