The 2017 Toyota Corolla Altis facelift has made its first public appearance in Russia. The car features a sharper front fascia and a mildly tweaked rear fascia.
The latest iteration aims to appeal to younger audience compared to the pre-facelift version. Changes to the front fascia include sharper LED headlamps with integrated LED daytime running light strips, sleeker chrome finished smiley grille and a reprofiled bumper with larger air intakes and circular fog lamps.
In profile, the biggest change comes in the form of an increased ride height of 15 mm. New alloy wheels and fresh exterior color options are the other noteworthy enhancements. Upmarket LED detailing for the taillights and a slimmer chrome garnish round off the exterior changes.
Changes on the inside include circular vents on the either side of the dashboard, 4.2-inch MID on instrument console with latest software, improved illumination of AC dials and a standard touchscreen infotainment system with navigation. The material quality is also claimed to have improved.
Without divulging the engine details, Toyota has said that the car gets improved NVH, ride and handling characteristics. The Toyota Corolla Altis facelift will go on sale in Russia later this year before make it to India sometime next year.
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