Toyota Ireland stated that the first supply of the all-new Toyota C-HR Hybrid Electric is available to order now for delivery in January 2024. Prices start from €40,520. With demand expected to be high thanks to the legacy and popularity of the original Toyota C-HR in Ireland, customers are encouraged to act quickly and contact their local dealerships to avoid missing out.
The new-generation Toyota C-HR represents an evolution for Toyota in both innovation and design. The standout statement car combines a bold new style, sustainable features and with Toyota’s latest fifth generation technology which delivers a class-leading balance of increased power and low emissions.
The exterior showcases precision-cut lines, a new Bi-tone paint and design, and flush door handles representing a new clean, sculptural style, while the interior features on some grades include ambient lighting, a 12.3” Toyota Smart Connect multimedia package, and a new 12.3” fully digital combimeter.
Representing the next stage of the brand’s sustainability mission, the all new Toyota C-HR has a range of sustainable features including seat fabric made from 100% recycled plastic bottles, a vegan-material steering wheel, and new paint which uses water-based instead of oil-based paint. Its panoramic glass roof – available on Sport+, Sol Premiere Edition and GR Sport Premier Edition, is also 5kg lighter which helps reduce CO2 emissions.
The Toyota C-HR features five hybrid electric models, the C-HR sport, C-HR Sport+, C-HR Sol, including two Premiere Edition Models: Premiere Edition and GR Sport Premiere Edition. It will be available in two powertrains: a 1.8 and 2.0-litre hybrid electric.
Zoë Bradley, Head of Marketing Communications and Corporate Affairs in Toyota Ireland said: “After an exciting reveal earlier this year, we’re excited to finally see the all-new Toyota C-HR Hybrid Electric arrive to Irish shores. The new Toyota C-HR is the ideal statement car for customers who are looking for a stylish car, with standout design and sustainable features, which doesn’t compromise on power. The original Toyota C-HR is one of Toyota’s most popular models for Irish buyers, so we’re expecting high demand for the new generation model and encourage customers to contact their local dealerships to avoid missing out.”
For further information on the new generation Toyota C-HR, customers are urged to contact their local Toyota Ireland dealer to place their orders for January delivery.