ahead of the 2018 los angeles auto show, toyota unveiled a much-anticipated redesign of the corolla sedan this week, and if you're playing catch-up, we don't blame you. in a nutshell, the 2020 corolla sedan is based heavily on the just-introduced 2019 corolla hatchback, which rides the same platform. big changes include an independent rear suspension, newly standard apple carplay (but not android auto) and lane-centering steering on automatic-transmission models.
two of the sedan's five available trim levels will share the hatchback's drivetrains, which have impressed us so far, but the other three trims carry over last year's 1.8-liter four-cylinder and continuously variable automatic transmission with minimal changes. the 2020 corolla will also offer a hybrid variant for which toyota will reveal more details at the l.a. auto show.
had a chance to see the new corolla in person at its reveal, and we've already spent plenty of time behind the wheel of the corolla hatchback. tap any of the stories below to learn more on all things corolla.
2020 corolla sedan
- full details: 2020 toyota corolla sedan snags hatch looks, leaves powertrains
- in-person impressions: 2020 toyota corolla promises style, tech
- hybrid news: 2020 corolla gets a hybrid, too
- our sedan wish list: 2020 toyota corolla to debut thursday; 6 things it needs from the 2019 hatch
2019 corolla hatchback
- behind the wheel: 2019 toyota corolla hatchback first drive: the changes it needed
- video: 2019 toyota corolla hatchback first drive video: much-needed changes
- real-world mileage: 2019 toyota corolla hatchback is easy on the eyes and on the gas
- safety first: 2019 toyota corolla hatchback aces almost all crash tests
- crunch the numbers: 2019 toyota corolla hatchback pricing, fuel economy revealed
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