At the Paris Motor Show this fall, Toyota will release the replacement for the current world's best selling Corolla. This 10th generation of the Japanese top seller is then to hit the showrooms in the beginning of 2007.

Fastback and Booted Version

At the Paris Motor Show this fall, Toyota will release the replacement for the current world's best selling Corolla. This 10th generation of the Japanese top seller is then to hit the showrooms in the beginning of 2007. Disguised prototypes of the new fastback model have already been sighted in various places around the world. The most recent photos are showing another prototype of the five-door fastback during a stop at a filling station in Germany.

The next generation Corolla will be an evolution of the present model, and it is sitting on Toyota’s recently developed 300N/MC platform. Furthermore, the Corolla will be the base for a number of new models by Toyota including the next Avensis and Previa.

The Corolla is also going to get a newly developed range of direct-injection petrol engines ranging from 1.4 litre 97 HP over an all new 1.6 litre 120 HP to the top of the line model with 1.8 litre 150 HP, plus a selection of three fresh diesels with 1.4 litre 90 HP, 2.0 litre 120 HP, and 2.2 litre 177 HP.

The car will be built in Burnaston, Great Britain and again will be available as a three- and five-door fastback and a booted four-door version.

No photos have been taken of the latter, however, attached is a computer rendering showing how it is supposed to look like upon its release.

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