The all-new Toyota Corolla has been teased in a shadowy profile photo ahead of its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March.

TOYOTA HAS RELEASED a shadowy profile photo of the all-new Corolla which will be revealed in full at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Toyota didn’t say much in the release accompanying the image but it did suggest the design of the Corolla would “reinforce Toyota’s emphasis on developing cars that feature a more dynamic exterior design”. But that’s about all it said.

More than just the Corolla, though, the Geneva Motor Show will star a racing concept heralding the return of the Supra.

In its short statement, Toyota also said that the Geneva Motor Show would see it showcase the design and engineering “it is exploring to maximise the potential of future battery electric vehicles, fuel-cell electric vehicles, autonomous driving and artificial intelligence”.

Question: What does a new Corolla have to do to be better than key rivals like the i30, Golf and Mazda3?


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