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Cars Toyota Corolla goes hybrid-only for 2020

18:15  02 december  2019
18:15  02 december  2019 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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The Toyota Corolla is now offered in the UK exclusively as a hybrid, with the sole non-electrified engine having been ditched as part of a range revamp for 2020 . The 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine has been dropped from the range. Toyota also recently made the C-HR crossover hybrid - only .

The 2020 Corolla hybrid also is cheaper than the Prius, starting at ,880—a base 2019 Prius runs ,700—but is also available in lowly LE trim. That corresponds to the mid-level trim in the non- hybrid sedan’s lineup. It shares most of its engineering with the non- hybrid Corolla , but it’s powered by the

The Toyota Corolla is now offered in the UK exclusively as a hybrid, with the sole non-electrified engine having been ditched as part of a range revamp for 2020.

The line-up for the Ford Focus rival now includes two new variants that were revealed at the Geneva motor show earlier this year: the performance-inspired GR Sport hatchback and the high-riding Touring Sports Trek estate. Notably, all versions will now feature Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard.

The Toyota Corolla will be hybrid-only from 2020

  The Toyota Corolla will be hybrid-only from 2020 The humble Toyota Corolla is going hybrid only for 2020, as exclusively internal combustion versions are dropped from the lineup The post The Toyota Corolla will be hybrid-only from 2020 appeared first on Motoring Research.

The # ToyotaCorolla is one of the most popular cars in the world. So it makes sense that # Toyota would finally offer a #CorollaHybrid in order to appeal to customers For 2020 , the # Corolla moves to the TNGA architecture, sports an entirely new look on the outside and inside, and should be the

2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid performance. Take the Corolla LE’s fuss-less ride and handling, drop the power slightly and shoot the fuel-economy Purists will whine over its half-mile electric- only driving range and its lack of a plug, but no known Corolla driver will complain about the even lighter steering.

The Corolla will continue with two petrol-electric hybrid options: a 120bhp powertrain based around a 1.8-litre engine and a 181bhp powertrain based around a 2.0-litre engine. The 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine has been dropped from the range. Toyota also recently made the C-HR crossover hybrid-only.

The new GR Sport trim on the Corolla is named in reference to Gazoo Racing, Toyota’s motorsport arm. It features some of the styling elements of GR models, although the powertrain and performance remain unchanged. Toyota is understood to be considering a fully fledged Corolla GR hot hatch.

The Corolla GR Sport gains GR badges, a new mesh front grille, different bumpers and new 18in block alloy wheels. A silver insert in the rear bumper is designed to create "the look” of twin tailpipes and a diffuser.

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Inside, there are sports front seats and a 7.0in touchscreen – Toyota’s largest infotainment package. It also comes with LED headlights, rear privacy glass, an auto-dimming rear-view mirror and a head-up display.

Named due to a partnership between Toyota and bicycle manufacturer Trek, the Corolla Touring Sports Trek has its suspension raised by 20mm to give it an “SUV-influenced look”. It also gains silver-finished front and rear runners, new 17in alloy wheels, rear privacy glass and LED headlights.

There are Trek-branded scuffplates inside, along with revamped upholstery and wood-finish dashboard trim. Trek matches existing Design trim, with the addition of a powered tailgate.

The Corolla GR Sport and Corolla Touring Sports Trek are on sale now, with deliveries due to begin in January.

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