The Toyota C-HR is already one of the more elaborate designs in today’s car market, but that has not stopped people wanting to dress it up further. Owners can choose from Modellista and TRD kits for the crossover, and Thais now can opt for a GT bodykit, designed by local outfit Faustino and offered by Toyota Motor Thailand.

The C-HR GT consists of a front skirt, side skirts and a rear diffuser. All are part black, part body colour (pearl white, in this Hybrid demo car’s case), and with red accents. The rear diffuser comes with integrated twin pipes that are fake (we checked).

There’s also a front garnish and front bumper decoration set, which you can see on the “side air intakes” with a red accent. The wheels you see here are the stock new design 17-inch two-tone items we get on the recently updated C-HR. What do you think of this GT bodykit – all right or too much?

Toyota Thailand is currently having a promotion where the GT package – worth 20,000 baht (RM2,563) – is being offered for just 2,000 baht (RM256) with the purchase of a C-HR.

In the Land of Smiles, the C-HR is available with a 1.8 litre naturally aspirated engine (as with Malaysia) in Entry and Mid trim levels, and a 1.8 litre Hybrid in Mid and Hi variants. The model is priced from 979,000 baht (RM125,588) to 1.159 million baht (RM148,680).


GALLERY: 2019 Toyota C-HR, Malaysia spec