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Corolla hatch offers improved comfort, greater refinement and a premium feel with an all-new interior design that reflects the bold styling of the exterior. The premium feel is carried throughout the cabin with a variety of materials and finishes including silver metallic and piano black trim highlights, exposed stitching and soft-touch surfaces.
The all new Corolla hatch has an athletic, muscular yet sophisticated style, with the lower grille emphasising the increased width and LED headlights wrapping around into the front guards. Chiselled character lines link the front and rear, where the rear design is more rounded, strengthening the visual relationship between front and rear while a rear upper spoiler completes the look.
Toyota Safety Sense is a package of active safety systems designed to keep you and your passengers protected in all types of traffic.
A new dynamic shift CVT is used in conjunction with the 2.0 litre petrol engine featuring a gear and belt drive system to facilitate improved transmission efficiency in lower gear ratios where belt efficiency is often poor. The transmission system utilises a gear drive when starting from a full stop, resulting in powerful acceleration, while at the same time, resolving the momentary sluggish feeling that was previously present during accelerator operation.
Both smooth and comfortable launch performance are realised. When switching from gear drive to belt drive, the transmission system uses highly responsive gear change control technologies cultivated from automatic transmission technology.
The upgraded Hybrid Synergy Drive system in the Corolla complements the car’s new found dynamic capability while providing the optimal balance between fuel economy, low emissions and performance.
The all new Corolla Hybrid features the latest self-charging petrol hybrid electric powertrain from Prius. The 1.8 litre petrol engine has a combined system output of 90 kW, with a combined fuel consumption of 4.2 litres per 100 kms, yet efficiencies are gained with a change from the required 95 octane fuel to 91 octane in the new generation.