Toyota UK is dropping the 1.2L turbo from the 2020 Corolla range, meaning the compact saloon, hatch and estate models are only available with hybrid power.
The 2019 JDM Toyota Corolla Touring is 155mm (6.1″) shorter and on a 60mm (2.4″) shorter wheelbase than the Sports Touring estate sold in the UK and EU.
The 2019 JDM Toyota Corolla sedan has a 60mm (2.4″) shorter wheelbase and a 135mm (5.3″) shorter body than the E210 models sold elsewhere in the world.
Both the 1.8L and 2L hybrid Toyota Corolla models will be available with the GR Sport dress up pack in Europe. Sales doesn’t begin until 2020 though.
The 2020 Toyota Corolla Trek estate has 20mm (0.8″) higher suspension, front and rear underbody protection, 17″ wheels, and a 7″ touchscreen.
The 2020 Toyota Corolla GR Sport has a new grille, lower skirting, rear diffuser, 18″ wheels, sports seats, red stitching, LED headlamps and tinted windows.
The Toyota Prius C, which has been in production since 2011, has been axed in the US, and is effectively replaced by the 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid.
The 2019 Prius facelift is a huge improvement, but it’s still pretty ugly, and that’s where the 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid sedan steps in.
The 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid sedan has a 121hp (90kW) hybrid powertrain with a 1.8L I4, so it’s basically a Prius for people who don’t want an ugly car.
The 2020 Toyota Corolla will still use the 1.8L engine 2ZR-FAE I4 engine in the L, LE and XLE models, although with a few more horsepower.