The Toyota Corolla is the longest-running model in Toyota’s lineup, as it debuted in the U.S. in 1968 – two years after it made its debut in Japan. Through the years, the Corolla has remained the same compact model, but has undergone several format changes – coupe, wagon, sedan, etc. The Corolla was at one time the entry-level model for Toyota, but is now only the entry-level sedan, as the Yaris now stands as Toyota’s entry model. There is no scheduled redesign for the Corolla in the near future, though a Tourer – station wagon – version has been caught testing.
The all-new Corolla is designed to appeal to customers seeking both a classic sedan configuration and striking, dynamic styling. To achieve this goal, the new Corolla has been engineered to widen its appeal across a broad customer base; it will further enhance its virtue of quality while adding a more distinctive design, high interior space and exiting driving pleasure.
The new Toyota Corolla carries on where the current Corolla
leaves off - as a world beater. Originally designed in the 1960s
to target customers from around the world and later engineered
with European drivers specifi cally in mind, the Toyota Corolla
has shown the world what a car can do. The best-selling range
of cars ever, Corolla has become a name associated with