Published images of the crossover Toyota Corolla CrossJune 17, 2020
Following the online debut of the new Toyota Yaris Cross subcompact crossover, pictures of the crossover based on the platform of the Corolla family of cars leaked to the Network.
In mid-spring, the Toyota Yaris Cross crossover first hit the spy camera lenses. The back side of the beginner, then fixed, already gave reason to believe that this is not just a slightly raised hatchback, but a full-fledged crossover with the appropriate ground clearance, large wheels and a developed body kit.
Now a new series of photographs has appeared on the Web along with the first technical details about the upcoming Japanese crossover. New photos allow you to consider the novelty in all angles, despite the fact that on some of them the crossover is hidden behind a thick layer of camouflage. the novelty will receive the following dimensions: length – 4 460 mm, width – 1 825 mm and height – 1 615 mm. Thus, the upcoming crossover will be 135 mm shorter, 30 mm narrower and 45 mm lower than the current RAV4.
Obviously, the Corolla Cross will receive a massive grille and a well-developed aerodynamic spoiler on the tailgate. Judging by the silhouette and topography of the body, this crossover, in fact, is a smaller copy of the older RAV4 crossover, which, as you know, moves on the TNGA-K platform, similar to the Camry, Avalon, Highlander, Venza and Sienna models. Meanwhile, it is already known that Corolla Cross is based on the TNGA-C platform that underlies Corolla, Prius, C-HR and Lexus UX.
It is expected that the gasoline range of engines will be represented by a 1.2-liter turbo engine, as well as 1.6- and 2.0-liter aspirated engines and hybrid modifications. A CVT and possibly a 6-speed manual gearbox will be available on the transmission list. The default drive will be front, optionally full. The younger brother of the RAV4 is due to debut in the fall.
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