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Toyota releases Karl Lagerfeld edition of the C-HR
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30th Apr 2020
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Toyota releases Karl Lagerfeld edition of the C-HR

Toyota has released a limited-edition version of its C-HR city SUV, designed in partnership with the fashion house of late German designer Karl Lagerfeld. Lagerfeld, who headed up French fashion brand Chanel, passed away in February 2019, but his legacy lives on in the form of his eponymous brand, which has lent its name to a high-fashion version of the hybrid C-HR in Thailand.
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Toyota: Apple CarPlay retrofit $199 for selected models
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31st Oct 2019
1 min read

Toyota: Apple CarPlay retrofit $199 for selected models

Toyota Australia has finally rolled out its Apple CarPlay and Android Auto retrofit program, along with announcing the standard fitment of the smartphone mirroring systems across its new-generation model lines. From November 1, existing owners of the Camry, Corolla, Granvia, HiAce, Prius and RAV4 will be able to upgrade their vehicles' infotainment systems – costing $199 for Camry, Corolla and Prius, while Granvia, HiAce and RAV4 retrofits will be free of charge.
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Toyota C-HR Neon Lime powered by JBL revealed, not for Oz
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8th Apr 2019
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Toyota C-HR Neon Lime powered by JBL revealed, not for Oz

Toyota Europe has announced a limited run of C-HR Neon Lime powered by JBL editions, in partnership with the renowned audio specialist. Finished in an exclusive Neon Lime metallic paint with contrasting black roof, the special-edition C-HR also gets 18-inch matte-black alloy wheels, and LED lighting at both ends. Inside, there's black leather/Alcantara sports seats, "introduced uniquely for this version", according to Toyota's European division.
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2020 Mazda CX-30 revealed, Australian launch due next year
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5th Mar 2019
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2020 Mazda CX-30 revealed, Australian launch due next year

The all-new 2019 Mazda CX-30 has been revealed at the Geneva motor show, and will slot between the CX-3 and CX-5 when it goes on sale in Europe later this year. Measuring 4395mm long, 1795mm wide and 1540mm tall, the CX-30 is 120mm longer and 30mm wider than the current CX-3. Ground clearance has also increased by 15mm to 175mm.
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