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2018 Toyota C-HR (interior, exterior, and test drive) – Toyota C-HR 2018 2018 C-HR STANDARD EXTERIOR FEATURES XLE • Aerodynamic rear lower diffuser with back rear and lip spoiler; vortex generators; aerodynamic underbody panels; and front and rear wheel spats • Color-keyed sport front and rear bumpers, aerodynamic rear fins with rear spoiler • Projector-beam halogen headlights with auto-on/off feature • C-HR unique cluster LED Daytime Running Lights (DRL) with on/off feature • Color-keyed rear spoiler with center high-mount stop lamp and unique cantilevered design • C-HR vortex styled 18-in. sport alloy wheels with 225/50R18 95V tires • Color-keyed roof-mounted sharkfin antenna • Color-keyed outside door handles with hidden-type design rear door handles • Color-keyed power outside mirrors with turn signal indicators • Washer-linked Variable windshield wipers and washer-linked intermittent rear wiper • Rear window defogger • Black front lower grille insert • Acoustic noise-reducing front windshield XLE Premium (In addition to or in place of XLE standard features) • Integrated fog lights • Color-keyed outside front and passenger door handles with touch-sensor lock/unlock feature • Outside hatchback door handle with touch-sensor lock/unlock feature • Color-keyed power outside mirrors with turn signal and blind spot warning indicators, puddle lights with “Toyota C-HR” projection, and auto-folding feature STANDARD INTERIOR FEATURES XLE • Dual zone automatic climate control system with pollen filter filtration and individual temperature settings for driver and front passenger • 4.2-in. TFT Multi-Information Display with customizable settings, odometer, sport and eco modes, outside temperature, fuel economy and trip information, fuel economy history, current/average fuel economy, distance to empty, cruising range, average speed, trip distance with timer, TPMS, G-force monitor, driver's assist, lane departure alert, pre-collision system, warning messages, opening welcome animation during power-on, and trip summary when powering off • Auto-dimming rearview mirror with integrated backup camera display • Leather-trimmed tilt / telescopic steering wheel with audio, Multi-Information Display, Bluetooth® hands- free phone, voice-command, Dynamic Radar Cruise Control (DRCC), Lane Departure Alert (LDA), and trip controls • Leather-trimmed shift lever with satin plated shift knob • Sport Fabric-trimmed front bucket seats; 6-way adjustable driver’s seat with sport bolsters; 6-way adjustable front passenger seat with sport bolsters • Three-passenger rear seating with fabric-trimmed 60/40 split fold-flat second-row rear seat with adjustable headrests • Brake hold • Power windows with one-touch auto up/down in all positions • Cargo area cover • Remote keyless entry system with lock, unlock, and panic functions • Center armrest • Two front cup holders; two front and two rear bottle holders • Passenger-side glove compartment • Front door storage pockets • Dual sun visors with vanity mirrors XLE Premium (In addition to or in place of XLE standard features) • Sport Fabric-trimmed heated front bucket seats; 8-way adjustable driver's seat with sport bolsters and power lumbar support; 6-way adjustable front passenger seat with sport bolsters • Smart Key System on front doors with Push Button Start, remote keyless entry system with lock, unlock, panic functions and remote illuminated entry • Dual sun visors with illuminated vanity mirrors STANDARD AUDIO SYSTEM • 7-in. touch-screen display, AM/FM player, Aha Application with over 100,000 stations, six speakers, auxiliary audio jack, USB 2.0 port with iPod® connectivity and control, voice recognition with voice training, hands-free phone capability, phone book access and music streaming via Bluetooth wireless technology, HD Radio, and steering wheel controls FACTORY OPTIONS XLE and XLE Premium • R-Code color offering (color-keyed body with white roof and side mirrors) AVAILABLE EXTERIOR COLORS • Ruby Flare Pearl • Blizzard Pearl • Silver Knockout Metallic • Magnetic Gray Metallic • Black Sand Pearl • Blue Eclipse Metallic • Blue Eclipse Metallic R-Code • Ruby Flare Pearl R-Code • Radiant Green Mica R-Code BASIC LIMITED WARRANTY COVERAGE • 3-year/36,000-mile Comprehensive • 5-year/60,000-mile Powertrain • 5-year/unlimited-mileage Corrosion Perforation • ToyotaCare – Complimentary maintenance plan with the purchase or lease of every new Toyota. For 2 years or 25,000 miles, whichever comes first, every new Toyota will be covered for all normal factory scheduled service, as well as 24/7 roadside assistance
TV presenter Konnie Huq looks at the new Mitsubishi eX Concept electric crossover SUV, which received its European unveiling at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Powered by a next-generation EV (electric vehicle) system and sporting Mitsubishi Motors new ‘dynamic shield’ visual identity, the eX-Concept hints at the direction MMC Design is taking and points to a very exciting future for the brand. For more information, please visit our website at: http://www.mitsubishi-cars.co.uk/innovation/geneva-motor-show.aspx
Toyota C-HR vs Honda HR-V Executive Summary The Honda HR-V (or "Hi-rider Revolutionary Vehicle") slots right under the larger CR-V in price just as the Toyota C-HR (or "Coupe High Rider") takes up less room in your garage and budget than the RAV4. These sub-compact SUVs are known as "mini-utes." Both began life on small car platforms (Fit and Prius) and then Honda and Toyota treated them to some rugged styling and platform heels. They are seeking sales in a market that is drifting away from traditional sedans toward versatile crossover vehicles that have the economy of a car but the utility of a truck. Other entrants in this burgeoning segment include Chevy Trax, Nissan Juke, Jeep Renegade, and arguably the best all-around choice, Subaru Crosstrek. C-HR's controversial styling comes directly from the Japanese techo-brutal design school pioneered by rival Nissan on its GT-R supercar. In fact, C-HR looks more like a Nissan Maxima or Nissan Juke than the conventional-looking Toyota products to which we're accustomed. Toyota heir and CEO Akio Toyoda has been pushing his staid company to produce vehicles with a little more aesthetic and kinetic passion, which might explain why the C-HR apes Nissan's aggressive styling. Fortunately for CH-R buyers, they will break a lot less often than a Nissan! As Subaru dealers, we don't have a dog in this hunt, but if you wouldn't let us drive a Crosstrek then we would probably pick the HR-V. We like Honda resale value and the ingenious Magic Seat system that permutes manifold cargo-people configurations, making the car act much bigger than it is. Comparably equipped, they cost almost the exact same, around $24,000 for an all-wheel-drive version in mid-level trim. You really can't go wrong with either one, and either way you get three consonants and a hyphen. You can buy an HR-V now but you'll have to wait til spring, 2017 for a C-HR. Review All Wheel Drive System Both come standard with front-wheel-drive. Honda and Toyota bolt on additional hardware to convert to AWD. Toyota system is more sophisticated and responds more quickly to a loss of traction. Ride Quality Both offer a much better ride than the truck-based SUVs of yore. Both have lots of "suspension travel" up and down over bumps. "Travel" is just a fancy way of saying that there is more space for the suspension to compress, which results in a more compliant ride. We give the slight edge to Honda's handling...somehow they've figured out a way to spray some eau-de-Formula-One on their economy runabouts. Driver Assistive Technology Both Toyota and Honda produce suites of optional technologies to help you drive more safely, even including automatic braking if you're distracted. These features are not yet available on HR-V. Toyota Safety Sense is standard on the C-HR as Toyota is pushing to include autonomous safety features in its economy cars Standard Engine and Fuel Economy C-HR 2.0 liter four cylinder in-line engine with 144 horsepower HR-V 1.8 liter four cylinder in-line engine with 138 horsepower Read More http://www.planetsubaru.com/toyota-c-hr-vs-honda-hr-v.htm New 2017 Toyota C-HR - interior Exterior and Test Drive https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bMNZID_4rg 2016 "SUBSCRIBE NOW"
Review Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 concept – the future of the luxury car? Outlandish concept doesn't just preview design ideas, but zero-emission drivetrains and an autonomous future ‘A vision of the future of luxury mobility’ is how Rolls-Royce defines project 103EX, otherwise known as the Vision Next 100. If that’s the case the future might take some getting used to, at least aesthetically, but it’s the technology presented within that represents the British luxury brand’s true look at the future, with a fully autonomous, zero-emissions luxury vehicle. One could argue Rolls-Royce has already previewed both in the past – electric mobility with the Phantom-based 102EX and autonomy because… well, how many owners also drive their own Rolls-Royce? But as one of the BMW Group’s Next 100 Years projects, the 103EX pushes boundaries further than Rolls-Royce has ever attempted before. The key, says Rolls-Royce, is in epitomising four key tenets of the future of luxury mobility: ‘The Personal Vision’, ‘The Effortless Journey’, ‘The Grand Sanctuary’ and ‘The Grand Arrival’. There’s more than a hint of the concept of early luxury rail or air travel in there, we think. ‘The Personal Vision’ is represented by the coachbuilt nature of the car. An advanced chassis, a zero-emissions powertrain and a bespoke design tailored to every individual customer are all part of the concept. The firm’s Director of Design, Giles Taylor, has designed this particular concept. Love or loathe it, one assumes it’s merely one of many potential body styles you could drape over the chassis of the future. The next stage, ‘The Effortless Journey’, brings alive one character forever associated with the brand: the Spirit of Ecstasy. Literally so – the Spirit, originally sculpted on Eleanor Thornton back in 1911, becomes the owner’s virtual assistant and autonomous chauffeur, using artificial intelligence to organise schedules and plan around traffic. ‘The Grand Sanctuary’ is where passengers will reside, a metaphor for a new concept in interior design. Materials like Macassar wood, silk, and wool are used to trim the cabin, which is more like a living room than any traditional interior. As a fully autonomous vehicle, there’s also no need for a steering wheel. The OLED screen in front of passengers is designed to display information or play TV shows, but we can’t see much stopping you from programming in a roaring fire. Finally, there’s ‘The Grand Arrival’. ‘The Grand Arrival gesture of the Rolls-Royce Vision Next 100 creates a stage for our important passengers as they arrive at their ultimate destination,’ explains Taylor. ‘It is an expression of our intrinsic understanding of the possibilities for a true luxury brand and the desires of its customers.’ It’s true that nothing quite beats the feeling of wafting up to your destination in a Rolls-Royce and that’s one aspect the brand is sure to continue in a hundred years – though whether a 5.9-metre body and 1.6-metre height (the same as a modern Phantom Extended Wheelbase) will be socially acceptable by then is another question entirely. Perhaps the neatest touch though is where your luggage is stored, in compartments forward of the cabin, as it was in some early motor cars. The 28-inch wheels – each built from 65 individual pieces of aluminium – are also a sight to behold, and perhaps closer to production reality than some of the concept’s other features. There are no direct references to what powers the Vision Next 100 concept – ‘zero-emission’ is as detailed as it gets, and it could be a long time before Rolls-Royce finally retires its magnificent V12 engines. Between then and now, we can expect to see several ideas previewed in the concept filtering through to production – if not quite in the same form you see here. Read More http://www.evo.co.uk/rolls-royce/17889/rolls-royce-vision-next-100-concept-the-future-of-the-luxury-car interior New 2016 2017 "SUBSCRIBE NOW" Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1200051 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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