Toyota has released official images showing the final interior design of the C-HR ahead of the crossover’s global debut later this year.
As seen in the images, the C-HR’s interior features a brown leather-trimmed dashboard sitting above a cockpit of glossy materials and metallic trim.
The dashboard is dominated by an 8-inch touchscreen that sits at the driver’s eye level, leaving room below for the climate control switchgear. The steering wheel sports a variety of switchgear, while
controls for adaptive cruise control and hybrid powertrain buttons are visible in the official images as well.
The use of standard plastics can be seen lower in the cockpit, a usual practice for areas that aren’t as frequently in touch. The seats, however, are heavily bolstered and upholstered in black and brown leather, suggesting the interior photographed is nearer the top of the C-HR range.
Toyota says the eye-catching metallic-textured trim, pictured on the door cards, is scattered throughout the interior and complements the car’s crisp exterior design.
The Toyota C-HR is expected to launch in international markets early next year.