The Toyota Corolla has not been part of the UK model range since 2008, with more than 45 million vehicles sold worldwide since its introduction in 1966 - it has been named the world's best-selling model. Toyota revealed that we would see a new Toyota Auris early 2019 whereas now we will see the Corolla name return replacing the Auris name and adopting the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform.
The all-new Corolla will be built at Toyota's Burnaston factory in the UK. It will feature a more dynamic look with a stronger differentiation between the compact, sport hatchback and the sleek, refined Touring Sports wagon. Both of the models will be available with a 114bhp 1.2-litre turbo petrol engine. The hybrid choices will be a 120bhp 1.8-litre or a 178bhp 2.0-litre engine.
The Toyota Corolla models will be available with a choice of 11 body colours, including 4 new shades. The new model will also be available with 4 optional bi-tone colour scheme, combining a black roof, pillars and lower grille surround with a contrasting body colour.
A comprehensive range of comfort and convenience technology features are available as standard or as an option depending on the model grade. Below are just some of the technology highlights:
The new Corolla Touring Sports and Hatchback range showcases an all-new interior that presents a spacious, modern and cohesive cabin environment in which new textures, colours and trims combine to offer the highest levels of visual and tactile quality. The materials and trim finishes have high visual and tactile quality, including satin chrome plating and paint, piano black elements, synthetic and genuine leather and a choice of cloth, Alcantara or genuine leather upholstery.
We can't wait for the arrival of the new Toyota Corolla. If you would like to register your interest for future updates please call one of the numbers below:
Toyota Rotherham - 01709 863 060
Toyota Barnsley - 01226 280 088
Toyota Doncaster - 01302 762 300
Toyota Sheffield - 0114 285 5558
Toyota Worksop - 01909 488 800