Toyota is expected to unveil the all new 2014 Toyota Corolla on June 6. This has been confirmed as Toyota USA's Facebook fan page asks the followers to 'get excited'. And even though the Corolla is not the most exciting car to drive, it is the best selling car in the world and needless to say there are going to be a ton of people waiting for the D-day.
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We earlier showed you some leaked photos of what was thought to be the all new Corolla. Today, a modeling company called 'Humster3D' has made a 3D model of the new Corolla.
The design seems to be very authentic and we think this could be the real deal. Even though this is a render, the new Corolla is expected to look very similar, if not the same. The new Corolla takes a lot of inspiration from the Toyota Furia Concept that was shown at this year's Detroit Motor Show. Overall, the new Corolla looks like a mini Camry thanks to those long taillights.
The new Corolla is expected to grow in size as well. The length of the new car is expected to touch 4.62m from the current car's 4.54m. A majority of the added length will go in increasing the wheelbase from 2.6m to 2.7m.
A 1.8-liter four cylinder petrol engine is expected to power the car. Toyota is also expected to pair a CVT gearbox in addition to the already existing automatic and manual transmissions.
Will the new Corolla be 'Fun to drive again'?