The new Corolla is striking from all angles. A sleek low bonnet gives it a sporty profile, while the front and rear views reveal a powerful, wide stance. An imposing front grille, LED headlamps, a choice of three distinctive wheel designs and a selection of bi-tone paint options all add to the eye-catching effect.
TNGA represents the foundation for all of Toyota's future powertrain and vehicle development. It marks a revolution in the way the company designs, engineers and manufactures vehicles and is integral to the company’s mission to build even better cars that are more stylish, safer and more enjoyable to drive.
The innovative Toyota Safety Sense package takes driver assistance to the next level. The new Corolla doesn’t just alert you to potential dangers, it actually helps you and supports you in your driving journey. Which means you not only have the peace of mind, but driving also becomes more enjoyable than ever before.
We're thrilled to announce that the What Car? expert panel have chosen Corolla as the overall Best Hybrid of 2020.
Not only was it considered the best, Corolla also secures its status as the savviest choice after scooping ‘Best Hybrid within its Price Range’, at the glitzy January 14th ceremony.
So impressed are they, that What Car? invited their readers to experience the Corolla for themselves.
It seems admiration for the New Corolla Hatchback isn’t unique to this country or the Hybrid category alone, as the model picks up a keenly sought-after European Car of the Year Nomination.
As the Corolla Hatchback battles it out for the renowned prize, be sure to keep up with its journey. The final result will be announced just before the influential Geneva Motor Show, which takes place on March 2nd 2020.