Toyota decided to honor the memory of Karl Lagerfeld, a famous designer associated with the Chanel brand. Thus was created the limited edition Toyota C-HR, a compact crossover connected to the fashion world with bold, distinctive design.
Karl Lagerfeld has been the artistic director of the house of Chanel since the 1980s, the German fashion designer and photographer developed his own distinctive black and white style. His hallmark was the high stiff collar of a white shirt.
Toyota decided to honor the memory of the co-founder of the legendary house of Chanel and, in collaboration with the brand Karl Lagerfeld and its president Pier Paolo Righi, created a car that clearly refers to the characteristic style of Lagerfeld. The black exterior contrasts with the pearl white roof and side mirrors. Other white accents also grace the car - front and rear spoilers, side skirts, A-pillars and white veneers along the lower edges of the side windows that run from the side mirrors to the A-pillars. The C-pillars have a black Karl Lagerfeld logo on a white background. This logo also appears elsewhere on the outside and inside. The effect is emphasized by black 17-inch aluminum wheels.
The interior design is also designed in black and white. The two-tone leather seats go hand in hand with the black and white instrument panel, the lower part of which is covered in a shiny white material.
The Limited Edition comes standard with LED taillights, smart key, start button, dual-zone air conditioning, 4.2-inch color screen between clocks, 7-inch center console touchscreen, and Toyota Safety Sense active safety system. system package.
The car is available only in Thailand and is based on the Toyota C-HR Hybrid in the maximum configuration. The hybrid drive based on the 1.8 engine with e-CVT transmission has an output of 122 hp. The circulation of Karl Lagerfeld was limited to 200 copies. Each of the 200 customers will also receive original Karl Lagerfeld accessories worth around 1,400 euros, including a suitcase, handbag, cap and key ring.
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