Toyota has released the first photos of the all-new Toyota Altis 2014. Much like with last year’s Camry, the new Corolla will have two different looks to cater to different markets, and both versions have been shown. The blue car in the pictures is designed for the US market, while the white one is aimed at Europe, and the differences appear to be only cosmetic.
Toyota has said that the new Corolla sedan would have an emphasis on targeting a more youthful customer base, and from what we can see in these pictures, we can’t say they’ve gone wrong.
Release Date and Price
Meanwhile some rumors told that Toyota Altis 2014 release date will be in late this year. You can get in touch with certified traders of the Toyota to discover out more about the Toyota Altis 2014 price. There is no purpose why you should be eventually missed when it comes to the high-class and relaxation that comes with Toyota vehicles. This car is made in a way that they will provide you even more than you predicted. We promise that we will update soon after Toyota announces Toyota Altis 2014 release date.
The engines that power this new Toyota Altis 2014 are expected to be similar to the ones that power the car currently on sale in India. Both the 1.8 petrol and the 1.4 diesel will be updated to improve performance and power delivery. The 1.8 petrol gets dual VVTi, as earlier, where the valve timing on both the intake and exhaust are infinitely variable, helping the car deliver more power and performance. Both the engine and gearing are likely to be optimised to make the new Corolla more efficient and there will be a seven-step CVT-based automatic gearbox, similar to the one on the current car. The 1.4 diesel will carry on with the variable geometry turbo seen on the current Toyota Altis 2014, and while power isn’t expected to cross 90bhp, Toyota is working hard to improve driveability.
Levels of efficiency will be improved on both petrol and diesel with the addition of an all-new electric power steering system which typically improves efficiency by 3-5 percent; not a big saving if you think of it in terms of a tank of fuel, but a huge saving over the lifespan of the car.
Here, the bigger front grille’s triple bars intrude into the headlamps, which are wider and stretch further back into the front fenders. The squared-off shape and horizontal lines give the car a much wider stance. All things considered, it’s a comparatively sedate affair; certainly less aggressive-looking than the American model.
Meanwhile, there are also very minor variations to the interior. The dashboard layout is largely similar to that on the US car, with the same increased space and legroom, although the digital clock position has been moved to the right from dead centre. We also observed some minor differences in trim and the dial face design. Small things, but there nonetheless.
Features and Safety
LED headlamps are standard across the range, as are eight airbags, Bluetooth and a tyre pressure monitoring system. Optional equipment includes touch-screen audio with apps, keyless entry and start, power moonroof, reverse camera and a rear spoiler.
You will have to wait a bit to get your hands on the stunning new Corolla – Toyota is expected to launch it in early 2014, with a further update to engines expected in late 2015.If you want to see picture or wallpaper galerry or also Toyota Altis 2014 price, you can click the gallery below.