Kuhl Racing Injects Some Toughness Into Toyota C-HR Crossover

Japanese tuner Kuhl Racing has put together an extensive body kit for the Toyota C-HR, upgrading the funky crossover from bumper to bumper.

The kit consists of a front spoiler, rear half spoiler, side skirts, rear floating diffuser, rear bumper diffuser, corner sensor attachment, fog lamp attachment and a center exhaust tip.

You can also get a more basic three-piece kit (just the front spoiler, side skirts and rear diffuser) as prices range from 190,000 yen ($1,661) for the SG-type unpainted kit, to 310,000 yen ($2,711) for the HG-type painted one.

All the extra parts make the C-HR look even sportier, which is always good considering the segment it’s in. Of course, Toyota knows this and has already put together a custom body kit for the C-HR through their TRD division.

That kit consists of a custom front bumper, LED daytime running lights, custom rear diffuser, extended side skirts and a lip spoiler for the tailgate. It’s also a bit more practical than the Kuhl Racing tune, which has the car sitting really close to the road, sort of defeating a purpose of a crossover.

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  • Just another Supra fan

    Well that’s one way to kill a Toyota.

  • Bash

    Well…, Now it cant cross-over anything other than the road marking!
    But I’m afraid that I like it tbh,

  • Six_Tymes

    as if it wasn’t ugly enough

  • Blade t

    Doesn’t look bad ,but the suspension needs to be corrected lol….

  • KidRed

    Not that tough, the back wheels are broken.

  • Kenneth

    I don’t believe the C-HR needs additional styling (or handling) enhancements. What it needs, first and foremost, is the choice of a powertrain to justify the aggressive looks.

  • gary4205

    Looks like shit on a white chicken!

  • bimo movuzzo

    lol wtf the wheels weren’t wide enough to make it stanced like that

  • Youredumb

    I don’t mind widebody kits and wheels and rims, but it’s disgusting when the wheels are stanced and slanted. Doesn’t that effect the car? What’s the point besides looking like the family truckster in National Lampoons Vacation after they get ripped off by the mechanic?

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