Toyota reveals rugged Corolla Trek for people with ‘active lifestyles’

Toyota has introduced a new variant of its Corolla Touring Sports aimed at people who need a little more off-road ability from their daily car.

Dubbed ‘Trek’, it follows the tried and tested formula for such vehicles, featuring a ride height 20mm higher than the standard model to offer greater ground clearance, as well as protective cladding beneath the car to protect it when taking unpaved routes.

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To make it stand out from the rest of the range, the Trek gets a honeycomb front grille, 17-inch alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, fog lamps and LED headlights. Inside, there’s two-tone upholstery to match the wood-finish elements of the dashboard and the Trek logo on the door step and tailgate.

Standard equipment includes a seven-inch screen in the instrument binnacle, an eight-inch infotainment screen in the dashboard, and the latest version of Toyota Safety Sense, which includes a suite of driver aids.

Best car in #LaVuelta19 caravan? We think so! Thank you @ToyotaPrensa @toyotoa_europe for supporting us with the all-new #toyotacorollatrek! (Learn more about the Corolla Trek here 👉 https://t.co/abXZS4BVUQ ) pic.twitter.com/ROOwymOlK0

— Trek-Segafredo (@TrekSegafredo) September 19, 2019

The Corolla Trek is only available with petrol-electric hybrid engines, with a choice of a 122bhp 1.8-litre unit or 180bhp 2.0-litre.

The model is a collaboration between Toyota and Trek Bicycle, with 16 examples of the model being used as support vehicles for the European legs of the Trek-Segafredo World Tour cycle event.

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