Despite the rough bumps and ditches the local automotive industry had to cross in the tough year, it looks like some positive notes came out of it.
We told our readers earlier that Toyota is ready to bring its anticipated 12th Gen Toyota Corolla (2021 Toyota Corolla), to Pakistan. News has it that it will be here sooner than later!
Pictures of the 12th gen model being tested on the roads have started to go viral among automotive enthusiasts.
The new model is based on the company’s global platform called the TNGA, “Toyota New Global Architecture.”
2021 Toyota Corolla Altis 1.6L First Impression
Many automotive fanatics pointed out that the 2021 Corolla is the same as its 11th gen predecessor but has received a few facelift upgrades. The side skirts complement the car, but the rear is not as impressive as it could have been.
It is also expected that the car will be available in 1.3L and 1.5L engine capacities. Moreover, it will look like the Altis Grande, but with higher displacement engines.
Reportedly, according to the trim level, it will boast various other features such as cruise control, Power driver seat, sunroof, and push-button start, among others.
Moreover, it will be available in not 1 but 2 engine variants, a 1.8L (2ZR-FAE) 4 Cylinder engine and a 1ZR-FE, a 1.6L engine.
A few reports have also suggested that the top Altis models will be equipped with parking sensors.
2021 Toyota Corolla Price In Pakistan
Rumors hint that the expected price-tag of the upcoming 12th gen Toyota Corolla will be around Rs. 4 million.
Expected Launch Date
The Car was expected to be announced towards the end of 2020. However, due to the COVID-19 situation, it can be pushed to early 2021.
IMC To Launch Toyota Corolla Cross In Pakistan?
On the other hand, reports suggest that the auto giant is also ready to introduce the popular Toyota Corolla Cross into the Pakistani markets.
The Corolla Cross is a compact crossover SUV and will directly compete with the likes of Toyota C-HR.
Moreover, it is being said that IMC officials, in a briefing about the Cross shared that the car will be a Complete Built-up Unit (CBU) brought in from Thailand.
However, at this point, it has not yet been confirmed whether if Pakistan will get the Corolla Cross due to the current economic situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
How many of you are excited? We are! Stay tuned to Brandsynario for more news and updates.