Corolla Saloon self charging hybrid

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Corolla Saloon self charging hybrid

The Corolla Saloon had its World Premiere recently at the China Motorshow.

This marks the launch of the 12th generation Corolla Saloon.

Globally renowned, the Corolla has sold more than 46 million units in over 150 countries since its introduction in 1966.

And, for the first time ever, the Corolla Saloon is arriving as a self-charging hybrid and will feature a 1.8-litre self-charging hybrid powertrain.

There will also be a petrol variant; however Toyota Ireland predicts that 90% of the sales in Ireland in 2019 will be in hybrid.

Building on the sleek and dynamic design that characterises the new Corolla model line-up, the new Saloon features the same wide and low stance inherent in the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) platform.

However, its own individuality within the Corolla family is reflected in its unique front and rear styling.

To the front, Toyota's Under Priority Catamaran design philosophy has been further evolved.

A more striking, two-step execution of the fender front corners flank the powerfully projecting lower grille, a common design theme of the new Corolla family.

The slim upper grille has a three-dimensional design and connects with the top of the sharply designed headlamps, wrapping around the corners to emphasise the car’s low and firmly planted appearance.

The rear design mimics the frontal execution through the dynamic shape of the bumper and the inversed trapezoid design of the trunk lid.

The saloon-specific rear lamp clusters are connected through a chrome ornamentation, further highlighting the model’s wide stance.

Furthermore, the unique signature of the front and rear LED light guides make the new Corolla Saloon instantly recognisable.

Like the other Corolla models, the all-new Corolla Saloon features a spacious and ergonomically excellent cabin hallmarked by its high sensory quality and advanced technology.

The Saloon also benefits from the same extended 2,700 mm wheelbase as the Touring Sports, ensuring generous legroom and high comfort levels for rear seat passengers.

Some technological highlights within the premium quality interior include numerous comfort and convenience features such as the intuitive, easy to use combination of an 8-inch multimedia touch screen, a 7-inch multi-information display and rear seat heaters.

In addition to the design freedom which allows for a greater distinction between Saloon, Hatchback and Touring Sports models than ever before, the newly adopted TNGA GA-C platform also guarantees a more rewarding driving experience.

A lower centre of gravity, a 60% more rigid body shell and trailing wishbone rear suspension fitted as standard all contribute to better handling and stability without compromising ride and comfort.

The new Corolla Saloon will be available with a choice of two powertrains. The 1.8 litre self-charging hybrid system develops 90 kW/122 DIN hp. It fulfils all the requirements that customers have come to expect from a Toyota self-charging hybrid powertrain –quiet, intuitive, responsive and self-sufficient EV technology with no need for plug-in recharging.

It offers low cost of ownership, outstanding fuel economy of only 3.4 l/100 km[1] (WLTP 4.3 l/100 km) and CO2 emissions of only 77 g/km1 (WLTP 98 g/km), while offering up to 50%[2] all-electric drive on the everyday commute. The Corolla Saloon self-charging hybrid prices start from €26,820 (excluding delivery and related charges) or from €208 monthly price on PCP.