The conceptual model Toyota C-HR was first shown to the public in 2014 at the Paris Motor Show. The abbreviation in the title can be interpreted as the Coupe High-Rider (“high-seat coupe”) or Cross Hatch Run-about (“crossover, playful as a hatchback”). The official show of the serial car was held in Geneva in 2016, where the crossover, without exaggeration, became one of the most awaited premieres among the mass models. Unlike the two-year-old concept of the same name, which had a three-door body, the production model has traditionally become a five-door. However, hints of sportiness remained: this is a drop-down roofline, and “secret” rear doors, and the body kit as a whole, in the style of street racing rather than off-road. The result was a fervent and very youthful appearance. Absolutely new C-HR is designed to fill the gap in the company's model line formed as a result of “growing up” RAV4 and win back a part of the compact crossover market for a Japanese manufacturer. Sales of the model in Japan started in December 2016, in early 2017 - in Europe, in Russia its appearance is scheduled for spring 2018. At the time of the start of sales, the car will be available with petrol engines: 1.2-liter turbo engine (116 hp) or 2.0-liter atmospheric (150 hp). Choose the model and get information about Toyota C-HR parts. Here collected data for Toyota C-HR car parts up to 2019.