08 Sep Toyota Corolla 2020 SE
Toyota Corolla 2020 SE
Toyota Corolla 2020 SE/C for example. Toyota decided to reduce the dimensions from the existing two, because there are still “one inch, two inches and three inches for each side of the engine. There’s no way it’s going to fit any other engine.”
Another factor in Toyota’s decision is that the company hopes to increase the weight on the rear of the car by a fifth by 2020, to a maximum of 4.4 kilograms. Honda says that they have already lowered the weight, but not enough. “In the summer, we’re hoping that we can get people to buy a new turbo vehicle and they’ll think the weight will be too low, to keep the fuel economy lower.”
In the short term, however, it will be interesting to see how the Japanese manufacturer will handle changes to its fuel injection system for electric cars, considering that one of its most popular models (the Toyota Prius) has an all-electric engine. Some say that the new technology may be necessary since the combustion engine has not yet been developed.