Toyota Corolla All-Wheel-Drive, Will Toyota Add All-Wheel-Drive To The Corolla? An AWD Corolla would certainly make sense. Toyota was very busy during the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show. The Japanese brand revealed the Camry and Avalon TRD, the 2020 Corolla Hybrid, and the Prius with all-wheel-drive. Toyota’s AWD-e system is rather unique because it doesn’t feature a physical connection to the rear wheels. Instead, a rear-mounted electric motor provides power to the rear wheels, creating all-wheel-drive. The AWD-e system made its US debut on the Lexus UX250h, where it produces a total output of 176 horsepower. Now, the system’s potential application on other Toyota vehicles is being considered. According to Autoguide, Jack Hollis, general manager of Toyota Motor North America, didn’t say no to the idea of this system being used on the Corolla. “There’s no doubt that it is [being considered],” Hollis said. “You’ve heard from Akio Toyota, our CEO, who has said […]Continue reading
The All-New 2020 Toyota Corolla which Arriving Spring 2019, The 12th-generation Toyota Corolla made its arrival in two chapters, Click here to learn more!
With more than 46 million Toyota Corollas sold globally since its introduction in 1966, it would be difficult to find a driver who did not recognize the name. Everyone, it seems, has a Corolla story. Many, though are going to be doing double takes when they see the re-imagined and reconfigured 2020 Toyota Corolla sedan. And that’s exactly the point.Continue reading