Given its rather overt styling cues, the Toyota C-HR appears to be more suited to dressing up than most, and here Japanese tuning house Wald International has offered its own interpretations on the Coupe High Rider for an even more imposing aesthetic.

Here, the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA)-based crossover receives new front and rear bumpers each with extensions, extended side skirts and a new exterior paint finish. Shown here are two finishes – matte green and matte black. The new front and rear bumpers receive LED light kits, and are integrated into the bumper recesses.

No changes to the C-HR powertrain in this makeover were noted, but the crossover does receive an uprated brake system with six-piston, 380 mm-diameter discs, while also lowered on a sports suspension kit and rolling on different sets of wheels available in sizes up to 22 inches, which come as one-piece or two-piece cast alloy items.

Inside, the Wald-customised C-HR receives revised interior trim which includes new floor mats, an aluminium pedal set as well as a re-upholstered steering wheel, while the overall dashboard architecture remains as standard. The floor mats are available in a range of colours, as are the interior trim pieces, while the floor mat lining can be specified with felt or a non-slip rubber surface.

The Toyota C-HR is a crossover that appeals perhaps more to the heart than to the head with a good balance of refinement and driver appeal, as our man Danny Tan found in his time with the Japanese crossover. How does the Wald kit appeal to you, dear readers? A fascinating addition, or is the factory-standard C-HR flamboyant enough for your tastes?