Toyota has unveiled the Corolla Touring Sports at the 2018 Paris Motor Show, alongside the new Corolla hatchback that was revealed earlier this year.
The new estate model is aimed at customers who want good looks with uncompromised practicality, according to Toyota.
It will launch with a brand new 2.0-litre petrol hybrid powertrain with 180PS and CO2 emissions of 87g/km.
There will also be a 121PS 1.8-litre hybrid for those who want greater efficiency, emitting 76g/km and achieving up to 83mpg.
The entry level powertrain will be a 115PS 1.2-litre petrol.
Toyota says the engine is mounted low and the location of the hybrid battery beneath the rear seats help give the Corolla Touring Sports a low centre of gravity and agile handling.
A new range of technology features for comfort and convenience will be provided as standard on high-grade models. These include a world-first 3D driver’s meter, head-up display, JBL sound system, wireless mobile phone charging and the Toyota Touch multimedia system.
The loadspace has a total capacity of 598 litres and is equipped with a number of features for ease of use.