Toyota Corolla Cross: Top 5 Things to Know

  • Toyota Kirloskar Motors expected to introduce Corolla Cross
  • Upcoming crossover to be based on TNGA-C platform which also underpins the Innova Hycross
  • Will be feature-loaded and tech-driven

Toyota Corolla Cross: Top 5 Things to Know

One of the most anticipated products from Toyota Kirloskar Motors happens to be the Corolla Cross. In India, the first glimpse of the vehicle (in the form of a H2 Concept) was provided at last year’s Auto Expo 2023. However, the Indian introduction by the manufacturer is yet to be confirmed.

For the time being, let us take a closer look at this versatile and stylish crossover to determine its exterior, interior, safety and powertrain offerings.

Stylish Design

toyota corolla cross

From a design perspective, unlike other product offerings within the Japanese automakers' product portfolio, this particular model will be different in its outlook.

It will offer a crossover silhouette with striking features. While the global model receives a facelift with notable changes such as a redesigned grille and refined front bumper, the India-spec version is likely to retain these updates.

In addition, a new trim piece will seamlessly integrate the updated headlamp design with the iconic Toyota emblem at the centre. This will give the entire front end a stylish appeal.

Upgraded Interior

The India-made Corolla Cross will boast a fancy interior, showcasing a cutting-edge digital cockpit setup. This setup will provide a 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system along with a 12.3-inch instrument cluster. Additionally, it will come equipped with a brand-new panoramic sunroof featuring an electric sunshade.

Loaded With Safety

As far as safety goes, it will provide equipment such as Sense Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) suite. This system uses radar technology to anticipate and mitigate potential collisions, thereby enhancing the overall safety of the vehicle and its occupants.


Globally, the Corolla Cross is available with a 1.8-litre petrol engine (136 bhp) or a 1.8-litre petrol-hybrid (120 bhp). Speculations are that the Indian model will receive the same set of engine options. As for the transmission choices, the petrol variants will be mated with a CVT automatic transmission and its petrol-hybrid trims will be paired to an e-CVT gearbox. 

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