The Toyota C-HR Electric Hybrid 2021 sees its active safety equipment expanded with elements that raise the level of semi-autonomous driving. Thus, it has a new involuntary lane departure warning with active assistant and trajectory maintenance system, that works in conjunction with adaptive cruise control by acting on the steering and keeping the vehicle centered in its lane, as well as increasing or decreasing speed as the vehicle in front does to maintain a safe distance.

The system recognizes the standard white and yellow horizontal marking of the road, as well as the road margins, so that steering assistance is available most of the time. If the road markings are blurred, or cannot be detected, the system will follow the path of the vehicle in front.

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Other novelties are the inclusion as standard equipment in the entire range of DAB digital radio and acoustic warning system to alert pedestrians of the presence of the vehicle when driving at low speed in electric mode. In addition, the versions with electric hybrid motorization of 122 CV have a particulate filter to further reduce emissions.

To all this is added a new data communications module, which, through the MyT connected services application, will allow in the future to carry out a GPS tracking of the vehicle, so that if a position change is detected, a notification will be received through the app and you will be able to see where it is.

By last the option of the two-tone orange “Kaji” body with a black roof is incorporated and among the accessories you can now choose a new exterior pack, Chrome Style, which includes trims on the moldings next to the fog lamps and a chrome on the lower sides.

Prices (with brand discounts)

125H Active                          25.300 €

125H Advance                     25.800 €

125H Advance Plus             27.600 €

180H Advance                     27.800 €

180H Advance Luxury        30.400 €