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by Matt Campbell

The all-new Toyota C-HR small SUV may already have striking styling, but a new range of equipment from the Japanese company’s in-house teams at Toyota Racing Development (TRD) and Modellista sees the C-HR go next-level JDM.

There are two distinct new styling packs for the Toyota C-HR, each with its own specific finishes and details to give two very different impressions on the road.

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The Extreme Style pack (pictured above) features blacked-out cladding around the wheel housings lipped by oversized red mud flaps, as well as 16-inch alloy wheels in silver or black.

The second pack, called Aggressive Style, has a huge new front bumper finisher, new side skirts, a lip spoiler on the rear roof and a new rear diffuser.

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It’s not just exterior modifications for the tiny SUV: the brand has added handling-focused extras like a motion control beam, tyre pressure monitoring and push-button start. There’s also sports seat covers and new door handle covers.

There are also the Modellista packs, which aren’t quite as sporty in their intent, but are no less head-turning.

There are two kits: the Elegant Ice Style version (in white) and the Boost Impulse Style type (yellow), each with the choice of 17- or 19-inch alloy wheels.

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Toyota Australia product public relations manager Stephen Coughlan said the new Toyota C-HR won’t be offered with the TRD kit locally.

“We have no plan to offer any of those items, but I can confirm that the C-HR will be accompanied by a broad range of accessories when it launches in late February next year,” he said.

Click the Photos tab above for more images of the Toyota C-HR TRD and Modellista packs.

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