Toyota Corolla Cross to Debut in Thailand in 2 Months

Japanese automaker Toyota is readying an all-new global crossover SUV, called as the Corolla Cross. Earlier this year a heavily camouflaged test mule of Corolla Cross was spotted testing in Thailand, now for the first time spy shot of the front portion of the Corolla Cross has appeared on the internet.

Camouflaged test mule of Toyota Corolla Cross testing in Thailand

The Corolla Cross will also be underpinned by the new TNGA architecture and will be positioned as a more practical alternative to the C-HR crossover. While bearing a lower price tag that the C-HR it is expected to be more spacious than the Yaris Cross that recently made its debut.

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According to preliminary reports, the Toyota Corolla Cross will measure 4,460mm in length, 1,825mm in width and 1,615mm in height while having a 2,700mm wheelbase same as that of regular Corolla. It will utilize the same set of engines as deployed with the standard Corolla sedan including a 1.8L & 2.0L in conventional naturally aspirated, turbocharged and hybrid guises.

Speculative renderings of 2021 Toyota Corolla Cross

The Corolla Cross will initially be launched in Asian markets before reaching Latin America, where it will be manufactured in Brazil. The engine options will differ depending on the market where itโ€™s offered.

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Although the Toyota Corolla Cross is expected to go on sale starting from 2021, it is expected to make its debut in Thailand within the next 2 months. Stay tuned to CarSpiritPK for more information.

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