Corolla living up to its name
Toyota has big plans for its rejuvenated, rebranded Corolla, spearheaded by hybrid power
The Toyota Corolla is officially the best-selling nameplate of all time, with well over 40 million examples sold over 11 generations since 1966. Given that rich heritage and loyal following, you’d have to wonder why the Japanese company chose to alter the name of its hatchback in 2007 from Corolla to Auris in this part of the world. Some markets resisted that change and now, the Corolla name is set to return to the market...
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