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Toyota corolla 2023 release date

Toyota corolla 2023 release date

Toyota Corolla Debuts in 2023
Toyota has given the Corolla Hybrid a major facelift for the 2023 model year. Instead than just one trim level, the 2023 Corolla Hybrid will be available in five distinct variations. The 2023 Toyota Corolla Hybrid introduces a more potent hybrid powertrain, with optional Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive, as well as improved safety and multimedia features, a refreshed exterior design, and more exterior colors.

A $1,250 cut brings the base price of a 2023 Corolla Hybrid LE down to $22,800 (from $24,050). In addition to the Hybrid LE, there is now now an LE AWD, a SE, a SE AWD, and an XLE, which focuses on luxury. For the year 2023 onward, the XLE trim may only be had as a hybrid. New Proactive Driving Assist features, such as Obstacle Anticipation Assist and Deceleration Assist, are now standard on all Corolla Hybrid models thanks to Toyota Safety Sense 3.0.

All 2023 Corolla Hybrids come standard with the next-gen Toyota Audio Multimedia system's 8-inch high-resolution touch screen, which is also wirelessly compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The number of available USB-C ports in the vehicle is increased from two to four in all trim levels.

The sporty SE now comes with a new Smart Key as standard equipment, fine-tuned Sport mode steering, and red interior accents in place of blue ones. All Hybrid Corollas for 2023 come with complimentary trial memberships to Toyota's Safety Connect and Service Connect services for up to ten years.

A unique SE Infrared Edition, available in both front-wheel drive (FWD) and all-wheel drive (AWD) configurations, will be released by Toyota in 2023 to celebrate the addition of the sporty SE grade to the larger Corolla Hybrid family. Both the front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions of the 2019 Corolla SE Hybrid share the gas SE's athletic suspension and the upgraded Electronic Power Steering.

On 2023, Toyota upgraded the Toyota Hybrid System in all Corolla Hybrid vehicles. Once again, a 1.8-liter Atkinson-cycle four-cylinder gas engine is coupled with two motor-generators through a planetary-type CVT. With a novel magnet and electromagnetic steel plate layout and two more magnets for greater power, a compact high-output/low-loss drive motor has been developed for the transaxle/motor.
The Electronically Controlled Brake (ECB) technology helps the Corolla Hybrid save gasoline by balancing the regenerative braking force of the electric motors with the force of the hydraulic braking system for superior stopping ability. This effective cooperative control optimizes fuel efficiency by pro-actively directing the electric motors to recoup as much electrical energy as feasible via the regenerative braking system.

In order to enhance the sensation and feedback of the traditional (non-regenerative) braking system for the driver, an active hydraulic booster is installed. Also standard is a feature called Brake Hold, which is helpful for those times when you're sitting at a red light or stuck in traffic and want to put less strain on your brakes. When the gas pedal is depressed, Brake Hold is immediately disengaged.

The 1.8-liter 2ZR-FXE inline-four cylinder engine was developed with hybrid vehicles in mind. Atkinson cycle is used in the long-stroke design, which has a shorter intake stroke and longer expansion stroke than the Otto cycle. The compression ratio is quite high (13:0:1). Despite having less low-end output, the Atkinson cycle is able to extract more energy from the fuel (versus the Otto cycle).