For sheer excitement, a new Toyota Corolla should register about as high as your annual income tax filing. But something’s different this time around. See, you’re filing jointly instead of sing… no, no, not that … the Corolla. Redesigned for its 12th generation, the 2020 Corolla sedan debuts tonight in what should draw heavily from the new-for-2019 Corolla Hatchback. Unrelated to both the outgoing Corolla iM hatchback and the extant Corolla sedan that’s been around since the 2014 model year, the new Corolla Hatchback, Toyota promised months ago, would share global underpinnings with the next Corolla sedan.
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