Features of the Newly Revealed Toyota Corolla Cross

By: Ehtesham Arif

Toyota introduces the facelifted Corolla Cross, showcasing refreshed styling cues and upgraded features, enhancing the appeal of this popular SUV model.


The Corolla Cross facelift boasts a redesigned grille, reprofiled headlights with sequential turn signals, and a new trim piece, aligning its aesthetics with global Toyota SUVs.


Interior enhancements include a digital cockpit with a 12.3-inch instrument cluster, a 10.1-inch infotainment screen, and a panoramic sunroof with an electric sunshade.


While maintaining existing powertrain options, the Corolla Cross offers a choice between a 1.8-liter petrol engine with a CVT automatic and a petrol-hybrid variant.


Initially considered for the Indian market, the Toyota Corolla Cross SUV's launch plans have been shelved due to technical and commercial viability concerns.

India Launch

Despite initial intentions for local manufacturing in Karnataka, Toyota's decision to halt the Corolla Cross project, codenamed 340 D, reflects strategic adjustments in response to market dynamics.

Production Plans

With its facelifted design and enhanced features, the Toyota Corolla Cross presents a compelling choice for SUV enthusiasts, despite its postponed entry into the Indian market.


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