Toyota has unveiled the new Toyota GR Corolla, which the car giant confirmed will use an uprated version of the Toyota GR Yaris’s powertrain.
Toyota has revealed new images giving fans a sneak peek of the new and long-awaited Toyota GR Corolla.
The body design features an expansive front grille and black bonnet vents.
Some other differences with the classic Toyota Corolla are the larger rear spoiler, flared wheel arches and triple-exit.
The look is inspired by the smaller GR Yaris, although the new model has decided to keep the rear doors.
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In partnership with a company called Holoride, the headsets will allow viewers to watch films or play games that interact with the car’s movements.
As long as the Audi is fitted with the manufacturer’s latest infotainment technology, known as MIB 3, the VR headset will be compatible.
That means models including the A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, Q5, Q7, Q8, and Audi e-tron are able to use Holoride.