It’s official, the 11th generation Corolla was unveiled today showing an impressive exterior design, upgraded interior styling and improved efficiency. According to Toyota, the Corolla is the best selling vehicle in the world (if you ask Ford, then Focus is the best-selling car) and in order to keep this title, the Japanese manufacturer decided to give the 2014 Corolla a dramatic change.
As you can see from the photos, the all-new 2014 Corolla is clearly inspired by the Furia Concept showed back in January at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show and features an expressive front fascia with more pronounced details and a stylish new rear end with more precisely sculpted surfaces. The 2014 Toyota Corolla rides on a longer wheelbase (+ 3.93 inches/ +100 mm compared to current model).
As a result, the new sedan is also 3.90 inches (99 mm) longer than the outgoing model. These are the dimensions of the 2014 Corolla: overall length 182.6 in. (+3.90 in.) 183.1 for S-grade 4639 mm (+99), 4650mm for S-grade; overall width 69.9 in. (+0.63 in.) 1776 mm (+16); overall height 57.3 in. (-0.39 in.) 1455 mm (-10).
The all-new 2014 Corolla will be available in four distinct grades: L, LE, S and the new LE Eco grade.
All Corolla grades come as standard with LED lowbeam headlamps with LED daytime running lights, an in-glass AM/FM antenna, color-keyed outside door handles, color-keyed outside mirrors, a 60/40 split fold-down rear seat, power door locks with automatic locking feature, power windows with driver-side one-touch up/down, air conditioning with pollen filter, standard Bluetooth connectivity and eight airbags.