Toyota has revealed some major details on the 2024 Toyota GR Corolla, and those details have been very impressive, to say the least.
The announcement revealed to us that there is going to be another trim that will join the ranks of Toyota GR Corolla, and it will be coming with the 2024 model, which is releasing very soon.
This is a very good thing, as this new trim adds more diversity to the already amazing trims that have been presented here. This trim will also fill in the gaps between the basic model and the high-end model that had a lot gap between them.
This made the trims very less accessible and to the point that they didn’t have that many options in them. This new trim that has been introduced here has proven that Corolla needed a mid-range trim that could fill the wide gap in between.
The old 200 Morizo 2023 editions were first set to mark the end for it, and the Circuit model was originally planned as a limited-run model for this car’s first year. But this was changed by the company as they bought it back for the year 2024.
This shows that the company has found it quite hard to just let this car go as it has made a huge fan base of its own, and they have further adapted to the demands of the fans who wanted one thing, which is more models to choose from.
Because of this reason, the premium trim was introduced, which has its own new features that have made it unique in its own way.
The price has also been revealed for all the 2024 models that are higher than the previous models. That is one obvious thing. Now, let’s talk about the features that are coming to this new trim.
The Premium Trim Has All The Things Of Core Trim
The premium trim has it all that the Core model has, and on top of that, there are a lot of changes to the exterior that have enhanced the looks even more than the Core Trim.
These visual upgrades include Brin Naub suede-lined seats that hold the GR logo and a set of red-painted GR brake calipers.
Furthermore, on top of the visual trim, the premium also has a performance upgrade that comes with the Performance package. This includes things like front and rear Torsen limited-slip differentials, brake ducts, and front and rear parking sensors.
The Top End Model Has A New Colour To Choose From
The interior has beautifully been crafted, and it has a JBL sound system, wireless phone charger, heated front seats, and a heated steering wheel. The Circuit Edition is the high-end model this year that comes with a carbon-fiber roof, rocker panels on the sides, and a gloss black spoiler at the back.
There are also the 18-inch BBS wheels from the Morizo as standard equipment and a new blue paint option called Blue Flame that matches with interior.
The engine here will be the same in all the trim, which is GR’s turbocharged 1.6-liter inline-three. It is capable of generating 300 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque.