Some compact crossovers have often been criticized for being nothing more than slightly larger hatchbacks with an increased ground clearance.
This becomes obvious, most of the times at least, when tuners decide to install aggressive body kits and rims, while bringing the ride closer to the asphalt. In a way, the Toyota C-HR falls into that category, thanks to Wald International’s host of aftermarket extras.
The added bits make it a lot more aggressive than before, as it now features updated bumpers on both ends, a new front apron, extended side skirts and large rear diffuser.
It also gets improved braking system, muffler adapter and sports suspension to be equipping the Toyota C-HR, alongside with new sets of rims, in different patterns and up to 22-inch in size, and small LED lights at the front and rear.
Wald International presented not one, but two tuned versions of the C-HR. While the first one has a murdered-out look and sits on a couple of different wheel sets, the other one sports a two-tone paintjob, with matte green covering most of the body, and black accents used on the roof, pillars and other parts of the exterior.
The tuner is also offering several trim updates inside, in addition to new floor mats with their very own branding and aluminum pedal set.