The Toyota C-HR's TRD variants look pretty badass

Aftermarket nuts will love this
by Drei Laurel | Dec 16, 2016


Just when you thought Toyota was done hyping-up the C-HR, the company goes and drops this. The carmaker's official Japan website released new videos of its sleek new crossover, this time clad in Toyota Racing Development (TRD) aftermarket accessories. We're excited, and we're guessing you are too.

The in-house tuning division has provided the C-HR with two distinct looks: Aggressive and Extreme. The car's TRD Extreme variant is available in a yellow paint job, and comes with 20mm lower ground clearance, 15mm of extra width, TRD front and rear trunk spoilers, red TRD mudflaps, resin fenders and 18-inch "TRD TF6" aluminum wheels--all of this makes for rugged-looking vehicle.

Meanwhile, the TRD Aggressive model is 55mm lower and 20mm longer than the original. It comes with TRD front and rear trunk spoilers with LED lights, side skirts, front bumper garnishes and 18-inch alloy wheels. It flaunts a luminescent white color, and has a sporty overall demeanor. Both looks build further on the original C-HR's sleek lines and proportions.

Yeah, the videos aren't exactly much to go on. But we should have more information regarding the TRD variants as soon as they go up on the company's English websites. For now, we're content seeing that the C-HR looks good—actually, scratch that—looks amazing wrapped in TRD accessories. Here's to hoping they make it to our shores as well.

 

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