The Toyota Corolla has been around for over 50 years now, and has been driven by countless numbers of dedicated Toyota fans world wide. There have been throngs of Corolla lovers who have cried when it came time give up their beloved Toyotas. So with that said, where does the Corolla go from here? The Corolla thus far has been a great car, so what’s in store for the year of 2014? Let’s find out.
The 2014 Toyota Corolla will be slightly revised in a few areas. Interior, Info-tainment system, exterior cues, and possibly a little more power under the hood. As per Toyota of North America, majority of the NEW news is still undisclosed as of now, but it has been leaked that there will be some more options as far as trim levels are concerned. The L, S, and LE trim levels will be pretty much the same as it was for 2012. The LE trim line will come with more chrome accents, than most. A slightly more curvacious grille will bring more attention to the front fascia of the 2014 Toyota Corolla. We can only speculate, with little info that the body lines will remain the same, and overall length will not change much. Wheelbase will be the same, and possibly a few more curvy lines down by the bottom of the car on the higher trim levels.
The interior of the 2014 Toyota Corolla, as speculated may come with a new set of illuminated gauges, for a breath of fresh air so to speak. A six or seven inch touchscreen Blu-tooth, GPS Navigation, and EnTune ready info-tainment system will be available in the Corolla. With the new options, the 2013 Toyota Corolla will begin to rival its big brother the Camry. Engine specs, have not been released as of yet, but there are rumors that there may be TRD inspired version in the works, depending on how well sales go, and how high the demand is for a much faster version of the Corolla. So it’s safe to say that the same 1.8L, four cylinder motor will yet again be moving the Corolla around. Let’s just hope it doesn’t stay that way.
As it stands the 2014 Toyota Corolla is all hush, hush, when it comes to knowing about what it looks like, how it will perform, and much anything else that would make buyers desire the already well known Corolla. As far as I’m concerned the Corolla is a great car, but it lacks the appeal of the tuner market. But then again, I guess Toyota doesn’t need to make the Corolla “Hot”, or “Tunable” being that they have their Scions to make up for it. It still wouldn’t be bad if there was a Matte Black, 5 speed, tinted windows, 250hp, 18” rim & tire, HID headlight version of the Toyota Corolla. Well at least that’s my opinion.