Toyota has unveiled the 2019 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports, which replaces the Auris Touring Sports in Europe.
Toyota says that the Corolla Touring Sports is more than just a wagon version of the Corolla hatchback and is designed to have its own distinct style. The Corolla Touring Sports rides on the TNGA platform and its 106-inch wheelbase gives it best-in-class rear legroom.
Under the hood the 2019 Corolla Touring Sports can be powered by three powertrains, two hybrids and one conventional engine: a 114-hp 1.2-liter turbo, a 120- hp 1.8-liter hybrid and 178-hp 2.0-liter hybrid.
The Corolla Touring Sports will have plenty of options to add on, like a 3D driver’s meter, head-up display, a JBL GreenEdge Premium sound system, wireless mobile phone charging and the Toyota Touch multimedia system.
The 2019 Toyota Corolla Touring Sports is going to debut next month at the Paris Motor Show.