Here's your first look at the 2020 Toyota Corolla Altis

Mae Love
November 15, 2018

The new Corolla us built on the automaker's new TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture) platform, and from having tested out models with that architecture and confirmed just how much it spice it adds to the driving experience, we expect some improvements for the Corolla sedan. As expected, the design of the four-door is similar to that of its five-door brethren; the hatchback and the wagon.

Earlier, Toyota has already introduced versions of the Corolla in bodies sedan and hatchback, which will replace the model of the Auris.

Unsurprisingly, the Corolla sedan largely follows the 2019 hatchback's aggressive design. Now, on 16 November at the auto show in the Chinese Gunjou we are waiting for the world debut of Corolla sedan.

Additionally, the new Corolla will also share basic interior bits with its hatchback sibling but is expected to be more spacious than the auto it replaces - which will be a plus, considering the current-gen Corolla already has one of the roomiest back seats in its segment.

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For now Toyota has given us a hint of its silhouette in a teaser video (see below) that shows it will have an up-kicked rear window line as per the hatchback model. Reports suggest that it could replace the Corolla Altis in India by 2020. The headlights are taken from the hatchback variant that debuted this past summer, which leads us to believe we won't be seeing any revolutionary changes to the overall design of the vehicle.

Our first real look at the 12th-gen Corolla sedan.

The vehicle will also not be available with a diesel engine and will come only with petrol and hybrid powertrains.

A wide array of engine choices will be available in the Toyota Corolla Sedan once it's officially revealed to the public.

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