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New details about the 2019 Toyota Corolla hybrid have been revealed this week, before the all-new hatchback range goes on sale locally in August. All variants of the new Corolla hatchback will be offered Down Under with the option of hybrid power when the new range arrives next month – a decision driven by the popularity of the Camry hybrid , which accounts for 40 per cent of Camry sales. In the smaller Corolla, the Hybrid Synergy Drive system will involve a 1.8-litre Atkinson cycle four-cylinder petrol engine, paired with a pair of motor generators, sent to the front wheels via a continuously-variable transmission. Toyota says this latest iteration of the hybrid setup features a "substantially upgraded" petrol engine, new motor generators, a new e-CVT transaxle, a new power control unit, and a new battery. Outputs for the petrol engine are rated at 72kW (5200rpm) and 142Nm (3600rpm), while the electric motor puts out 53kW and 163Nm. System power output is rated at 90kW – 10kW less than the outgoing Corolla Hybrid – while fuel use is a claimed 4.2L/100km on the combined cycle, 0.1L/100km up on the previous model. While the numbers on paper don't represent much of an improvement over the model currently on sale, the company claims the new system "delivers a significantly improved drive experience", while the petrol engine itself has been modified to improve refinement. In 2019, the Toyota hybrid range will be bolstered by the addition of the RAV4 hybrid – the first time the popular nameplate has offered petrol-electric power Down Under. Stay tuned to CarAdvice for a full pricing and specifications breakdown for the new Corolla range in the lead-up to its August launch.
2019 Toyota Corolla (interior and exterior) / ALL-NEW Toyota Corolla 2019 All-New High-Function, Dynamic Design New TNGA 2.0-liter Four-Cylinder, Six-Speed iMT Manual Transmission, and Dynamic-Shift CVT Offering More Power and MPG New TNGA Platform with Sport-Tuned Suspension Standard Entune 3.0 Audio with 8-inch Touchscreen, Wi-Fi Connect, Amazon Alexa Integration, and Apple CarPlay First North American Application of Standard Toyota Safety Sense 2.0 On Sale in Summer 2018 Corolla Hatchback has flair extraordinaire. With a theme of Shooting Robust, along with a design goal of Agile, influencing their every pen stroke, designers created a form that is simultaneously distinct, dynamic, muscular, and sophisticated. Shooting references the design’s sport coupe traits implemented in all facets. With those concepts in mind, Corolla Hatchback is a meticulously mixed cocktail of emotive lines, creases, and surfaces. It’s lower (by 1.0 in.), wider (by 1.2 in.), and longer (by 1.5 in.) than its predecessor, Corolla iM. It also has wider front and rear tracks, and a longer wheelbase. Its hood sits two inches lower than before, affording passengers excellent forward visibility. The new frontal styling with a rounded nose and trapezoidal-shaped under grille is a further evolution of Toyota’s Under Priority Catamaran and Keen Look design philosophies, both of which emphasize Corolla Hatchback’s increased width. Slim, J-shaped Bi-Beam LED headlamps wrap deep into the front fenders and accent the front in both stylishness and precise illumination. Front overhang has been cut by 0.8 inches; at the rear, it’s 0.8 inches longer. Chiseled character lines at its profile link both ends’ protruding flanks making for an active, well-planted expression that is uncommon amongst its peers. Wheel sizes range from 16-inches to 18-inches in diameter. Its new rear style articulates Corolla Hatchback’s overarching emphasis on athletic presence. The relationship between front and rear design is closely aligned given the rear’s more rounded physique that encompasses simple, condensed, yet powerful, three-dimensional landscapes. Its hatch – now made from TSOP (Toyota Super Olefin Polymer) and ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) – is not only lightweight to aid fuel efficiency, it is set at a steeper angle (moved 14 degrees forward) for that ultimate sporty look. The rear all-LED taillamps feature a diffusing inner lens designed to highlight the hatchback’s stout stance. And the rear bumper styling echoes the frontal Under Priority Catamarandesign with its thin lower lip and chrome diffuser. Differentiation between SE and XSE is distinct. Both grades receive LED headlamps and taillights, chrome rear diffuser, and alloy wheels. XSE ups the ante with 18-inch wheels, LED fog lights, chrome front grille surround, and an available innovative Adaptive Front Lighting System (AFS). AFS – available only on XSE CVT – allows for the focused distribution of light in an area that matches the vehicle’s speed and steering angle. The Bi-Beam LED units move vertically and horizontally to provide optimal light output by analyzing steering angle, vehicle speed, and the vehicle’s longitudinal axes angle to adjust lamps. Corolla Hatchback’s color range includes the new-for-2019 color Rival Blue, as well as Blizzard Pearl, Silver Metallic, Midnight Black, Galactic Aqua Mica, Scarlet, and Oxide Bronze. PRELIMINARY EXTERIOR DIMENSIONS (vs. MY2018) [difference] Wheelbase 103.9 in. (102.4) [+1.5 in.] Overall Length 172.0 in. (170.5) [+1.5 in.] Overall Width 70.5 in. (69.3) [+1.2 in.] Overall Height 56.6 in. (57.5) [-1.0 in.] 2019 Corolla Hatchback SE 6MT $19,990 2019 Corolla Hatchback SE CVTi-S $21,090 2019 Corolla Hatchback XSE 6MT $22,990 2019 Corolla Hatchback XSE CVTi-S $24,090 2019 Corolla L CVTi-S $18,700 2019 Corolla LE CVTi-S $19,135 2019 Corolla LE ECO CVTi-S $19,535 2019 Corolla XLE CVTi-S $22,135 2019 Corolla SE CVTi-S $20,645 2019 Corolla SE 6MT $21,865 2019 Corolla XSE CVTi-S $22,880 New Car Videos: https://goo.gl/5nPYXv
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Not looking to be outdone by competitors, Toyota got tired of the constant "bland" comments regarding their best-selling Corolla and moves the compact car to the very successful TNGA platform with the hatchback making the return to the states. With a lower and wider body, fully independent suspension, new 2.0L direct injection 4-cylinder, and a standard 6-speed manual with rev matching, the 2019 Corolla looks to change the way enthusiast feel about the Corolla in general.
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For the first time in North America, Toyota's newest, stylish, and most technologically-advanced small car, the all-new 2019 Corolla Hatchback, made its debut at the 2018 New York International Auto Show.
Don't let its diminutive dimensions fool you - the hatchback, in either SE or XSE grades, is all about making a huge impression. With its lengthy list of standard features that includes Entune 3.0 with Apple CarPlay and Amazon Alexa Connectivity; a revised sport-tuned suspension and new Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform; and the first North American application of Toyota Safety Sense 2.0, Corolla Hatchback strikes a resounding chord with drivers who value authenticity, utility, practicality, and style.
With those concepts in mind, Toyota Corolla Hatchback is a meticulously mixed cocktail of emotive lines, creases, and surfaces. It's lower (by 1.0 in.), wider (by 1.2 in.), and longer (by 1.5 in.) than its predecessor, Corolla iM. It also has wider front and rear tracks, and a longer wheelbase.