Toyota Corolla Touring Sports (2019–)

Last updated 6 September 2018

Corolla Touring Sports replaces Auris Touring Sports on fine handling TNGA platform and now offering a sportier 180HP 2.0 litre hybrid drivetrain.
UK Auris owners will take time realising the change of name back to Corolla.
Updated 4 September 2018

Announcement that 2019 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports to debut at Paris Motor Show on 2 October 2018, joining the new Corolla hatchback that was re-named from Auris in August 2018. Developed and created...

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Introduction

Corolla is the worldwide best selling car name ever and in other parts of the world continued to be used, so Toyota has returned to it for Europe, renaming what was shown as the 2019 Auris at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2018 as the Corolla.  

The 2019 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports follows the Toyota Corolla hatchback and saloon for 2019 on Toyota's TNGA platform. 

Powertrains are Toyota's existing 1.2 115PS 4-cylinder petrol, together with a revised 1.8 120HP hybrid and an all new 180HP 2.0 hybrid, bringing a degree of performance to the hybrid sector.

 

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