Toyota will be lifting the wraps off the twelfth-generation Corolla Sedan on November 15.
Having been on sale since 2013, the current Toyota Corolla sedan is overdue an update, particularly now that the next-generation Corolla hatchback is on sale. Fear not, however, because we'll be getting our first look at the all-new 2020 Toyota Corolla Sedan this week. Following last week's teaser video, the automaker has released a new teaser photo of the 2020 Corolla sedan revealing its fresh new face.
Compared to the current model, the front fascia looks more aggressive, with a sportier design resembling its hatchback sibling. The hatchback's LED daytime running lights have also carried over. Details of twelfth-generation 2020 Toyota Corolla are still scarce, however.
Toyota has teased that the "world's most popular car is about to get greater than ever" while also confirming the reveal of the North American model will take place on Thursday, November 15, at 7:00 PM PST at an event in Carmel, California. You'll also be able to stream the event online.
As well as looking sportier than its predecessor, the new Corolla will also benefit from Toyota's new TGNA platform and a more spacious cabin. There's also a good chance the Corolla Hatchback's powertrain will carry over, meaning we can expect the new Corolla Sedan to use a newly developed 2.0-liter inline-four that produces 168 horsepower and 151 lb-ft of torque. Power will be sent through either a six-speed manual or a Continuously Variable Transmission. Production of the US model is expected to take place at Toyota's Blue Springs, Mississippi factory, which Toyota recently invested $170 million into.