Updates for Toyota


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TOYOTA'S British-built range of Corolla Hybrid hatchback and Touring Sports models is being upgraded for 2021 with a series of equipment and style changes.

For the Icon grade - entry point to the Corolla line-up - the specification now includes a new seven-inch colour multi-information display in the driver's instrument binnacle, while both Icon and Icon Tech versions are fitted with new LED front fog lights.

These features are now standard across the full Corolla range.

Design models get a new-look cabin with a new black cloth seat upholstery and a textured chrome trim line running through the dashboard and door panels.

There's also a new material for the door panel inserts and centre console trim, plus cool blue ambient lighting in the doors, front cup holders and centre console tray.

The Design grade comes with new-design 10-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels.

All Corolla hatchback, Touring Sports and saloon models now have an EV drive indicator in the driver's instrument binnacle, showing when the car is running on electric power alone, with zero emissions and fuel consumption.

Toyota has also updated its MyT connected car app and multimedia has additional functions, including stolen vehicle tracking, remote status check which confirms if the lights are off, the windows closed and the doors locked, and eCare remote "health check" which alerts the owner to any malfunction warnings that require attention.

The updated models now start from £24,480. an increase of some £300 over the previous model.


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