Indian Autos Blog has been extensively covering the 2014 Toyota Corolla, especially the European specification model which is what we will get in India.

2014 Toyota Corolla European specification

To put all the details in a nutshell once again:

1. Toyota will sell the sportier looking Corolla in the North American markets as the prospective customers over there are self-driven. The European Corolla will go on sale in Asian and European markets where its customers prefer the rear seats and would like an upmarket design than a ‘sporty’ design.

2014 Toyota Corolla European specification side

2. The first 2014 Euro spec Corolla rolled off its production line in Turkey last week. The Turkey plant will export 85% of its production to Europe, Middle East, Africa and Central Asia. Toyota invested 150 million Euros in this particular plant to make the new Corolla.

2014 Toyota Corolla European specification dashboard

3. The new Corolla would be launched in India in the middle of 2014. It would continue with the petrol and diesel engine options.

4. Focus is on the rear seat. Hence the front seats are slimmer while the entire car has grown by 8cm in length, 1.5cm in width while the wheelbase has seen a 10cm extension.

5. Internationally, the new model would be available with a 1.8-liter petrol (producing 144bhp) or a 2.0-liter petrol (producing 153bhp).

2014 Toyota Corolla European specification rear

6. Transmission options would include a 6-speed manual or a CVT automatic.

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  • Ayyappan

    Didn’t quite like initially. But the more I see it the more I tend to like it. Looks classy I should say :)

  • Sidhant

    What is going to be the engine line-up that will be available in India?
    Is there going to be a more powerful diesel engine like the international markets?

    • http://indianautosblog.com Anjan Ravi

      No word as of now. We’ll get you the info as soon as it is available.