Toyota introduced the new generation of the 12th Corolla sedan, which restrained the family after the launch of the hatchback, which replaced Auris, and the Sports Tour wagon.
The Toyota Corolla Sedan is one of the largest models in the world at the moment, and the best selling model since its launch under the same name, gets spent by 46 million units since its launch in 1966. Starting with the fourth generation, Corolla has diesel engines, and is now for the first time when this model has no longer this machine. At the same time, the first introduction of the 1.8 hybrid machine in Europe on this model is.
The new Toyota Corolla has built on the common platform of Toyota, of the name GA-C.
The sedan design uses the style and features found on the hatchback and Touring, but it has important differences, especially in the optical blocks, which suggests that the Japanese makes a decision to replace the name Auris with the late Corolla at a time when both have already been designed to complete.
From the point of view of the proportions, we now know that the new sedan Corona uses a 2.7-meter-like wheel drive, which implies a large space for passengers, but the rest dimensions have been published, for unknown reasons.
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The company's information covers three screens, one 8 inches for multimedia, one for the board and one for the heading display.
The engine will only be free of gasoline, one 1.8 liter hybrid with no load in the outlet, with a 4.3 liter / 100 km (WLTP cycle), the 1.6 liter squeeze, along with a six fast CVT box with LTL usage of 6.1 liters / 100 km.
Toyota Corolla Sedan, the European market version, will be built at the Toyota factory in Turkey and will be available for orders in the first quarter of 2019.
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