Toyota is looking to launch a hybrid Corolla Cross subcompact SUV soon. Currently the powertrain details are unknown. But certainly it is likely to possess more power than the Corolla sedan hybrid. As such, a Corolla Cross hybrid is coming by next year. This time as a 2023 model. The Corolla Cross hybrid is also going to come in a gas-electric variant. This vehicle has been teased since early last year. The Corolla Cross is certainly possessing of more power than the typical Corolla sedan hybrid.
Such a model allows for a 1.8-liter gasoline engine. Which in turn incorporates a drivetrain potential of about 121 horsepower overall. This, therefore, creates a slow sixty miles per hour testing time of 10.7 seconds. In which case the hybrid setup isn’t going to do well in the bigger picture of the crossover. In which case we can also look forward to a higher output of a Corolla Cross hybrid. Toyota is also going to offer some sort of all-wheel-drive rendition of the Corolla Cross hybrid.
Almost as similar as a Prius e-AWD model with some electric motor that powers the back wheels at lower speeds. In a nonhybrid Corolla Cross is capable of using a natural 2.0-liter inline-four with about 169 horsepower. What other details could emerge from the Corolla Cross hybrid. Essentially an addition to the 2023 model year that Toyota possesses. If that’s the case, then certainly, one would consider a vehicle that would truly push forward with front-and-all-wheel drives. It is surely revolutionary.