Hatchback Toyota Corolla received four-wheel drive

Hatchback Toyota Corolla received four-wheel drive

June 26, 2018 0 By autotimesnews

The company Toyota introduced a new generation of hatchback Corolla for the Japanese market. Unlike the North American version, the model is available with front or all wheel drive. In addition, the standard equipment of the Corolla includes a communication module DCM, through which you can access a range of remote services.

Toyota Corolla Sport, this is the model called in Japan, is offered with two power plants: a hybrid based on a 1.8-liter engine and a turbocharged volume of 1.2 liters. The combined output of the hybrid is 122 horsepower (98 forces give out the ICE, 72 – the electric motor). The power of the turbo engine is 116 horsepower and 185 Nm of torque.

Gearbox – variator Super CVT-i, capable of simulating the operation of a 10-speed sequential transmission.

The list of equipment Toyota Corolla Sport includes infotainment system with a seven-inch central display, sports seats with advanced lateral support, and an extended package of security system: lane-assist assistant, automatic main-beam control, collision avoidance system and active cruise control with the function of following the car ahead.

Also for the Corolla Sport owners various remote services are available: diagnostics of the vehicle’s on-board systems from the smartphone, getting recommendations from the call center employees when switching on “emergency calls”, optimizing the service intervals, and automatically calling rescue and emergency services in the event of an accident.

Hatboc Toyota Corolla for the US market is equipped with a two-liter four family Dynamic Force Engine with combined injection, as well as a system of changing the timing of the timing of the inlet and outlet. The power of the unit is 171 horsepower and 205 Nm of torque. The engine is paired with the stepless Direct Shift-CVT transmission – the first in the world variator with the “starting gear”, which is used at the initial stage of acceleration.