Just 2,000 units are to be built
Toyota is back with a limited edition for the C-HR crossover, one that underlines the C-HR’s bond with music.
Essentially, what you’re looking at is a pimped C-HR made to look cooler without substantial add-ons.
For example, the C-HR Neon Lime sits on 18-inch matte wheels and sports Alcantara seats as well as a set of JBL speakers and headphones joined by a six-month Deezer subscription.
The C-HR, as most of you know by now, relies on Toyota’s TNGA platform. In Europe, the crossover can be had as a hybrid which mixes a 1.8-liter petrol engine and an electric motor for a system output of 122 hp.
The same powertrain is powering the C-HR Neon Lime, which, according to Toyota, “will ensure that you embrace the immersive music experience emerging from the JBL built-in sound system.”
The C-HR Neon Lime goes on sale this month, but no pricing has yet been announced.