Toyota has introduced the all new 2014 Toyota Corolla Altisin the car market of Taiwan in October. With the latest gen Corolla Altis? launch in Taiwan, the country becomes the first Asian nation to get the new model. Toyota has slotted the European specification of the latest Corolla for the Asian car markets. While, the all new 2014 was expected to come to the Asian countries only in the year 2014, it is good to see that Taiwan?s Toyota wing has acted very promptly to bring in the all new Corolla. However, as the Toyota Corolla is one among the 5 top selling cars in Taiwan, the quick arrival of the latest gen Corolla Altis in the nation is not a big surprise.
The all new 2014 Corolla comes with a great new stylish visual appeal to entice the young and fashionable car buyers of the modern age. The new Corolla has got an evolutionary design makeover as compared against its preceding model. The sedan looks bolder and sleeker with unique lines and cuts. It has got a very eye catching front fascia with dazzling headlights and new flashy stylized features that are bound to make a solid impression on the new age car consumers. Along with its head turning new looks the Corolla is all braced up to recreate its magic in the world?s auto industry.
The all new Corolla with its all new looks is the same car under its hood, as it does not get any changes to its mechanical specifications. The 2014 Corolla is powered by the same 4 cylinder DOHC, 1.8 liter VVT-i engine that churns out 140PS of power and a torque of 176Nm of torque. The engine is coupled with a CVT transmission gearbox.
The all new 2014 Toyota Corolla Altis has been launched in Taiwan in 5 model trims of Elegance, Classic, Deluxe, Monarch and a new snazzy Z model trim. The newly introduced top trim Z gets additional features that include steering wheel mounted shift paddles, titanium black center console, rear spoiler with bright LED brake lights and full body skirting.
The all new 2014 Corolla Altis has a certified fuel efficiency of 19.4 km per liter according to Taiwanese road conditions.