All New Toyota Corolla

The next generation of hybrid driving

After 12 years we’re saying goodbye to the Auris name. Auris is being renamed Corolla – marking the start of an exciting new era for the world’s best-selling car.

With all the advantages of the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, Corolla takes you on a spirited drive. Whether you go for the sporty, compact Hatchback or the refined, versatile Touring Sports, it’s time to choose hybrid with the new Corolla.

New sporty and dynamic look

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.

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A new approach for a spirited drive

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.

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Europe is choosing Toyota Hybrid

With over 12 million drivers choosing Toyota hybrids including two million drivers in Europe, hybrid never felt so good. You’ll enjoy a supremely quiet drive when running on electric power, as well as its self-charging ability. And you can choose between the 1.8 litre hybrid for a smooth, relaxed drive and a new 2.0 litre hybrid for effortless acceleration and a spirited dynamic drive.

Whatever engine you choose, you’ll enjoy a confident, natural drive with the power and precision you demand, thanks to the TNGA platform. Built on the core strengths of a low centre of gravity and a perfectly balanced chassis, it delivers exceptional handling and stability for an unrivalled driving experience.

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