Here's what we know about the redesigned 2014 Toyota Corolla: It will have "aggressive new styling" with "available seventeen-inch alloy wheels" an "available touch screen audio" system and "available LED headlights."

We know all of this because Toyota has seen fit to release a small assortment of teaser images of the 2014 Corolla, with those descriptions attached. The latest to hit the web shows LED lighting clusters, which, to Toyota's credit, don't appear to merely mimic designs already seen in the automotive world.

We should point out that the headlights do share a link to the units seen on the Furia Concept that was supposed to foreshadow the next Corolla, though the most interesting bits – namely the honeycomb inner pattern – have been chucked while the somewhat trapezoidal main units remain intact.

Check out all four 2014 Toyota Corolla teasers in our image gallery above, and stay tuned for the live reveal on Thursday.


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      Mark
      • 1 Year Ago
      from the 4 pictures they have, the car is looking great... Not sure why everyone is putting the car down based on 4 "FOUR" pictures. Am I missing something?
      lostjr123
      • 1 Year Ago
      Today is Thursday. I am not seeing the photos?
      bK
      • 1 Year Ago
      Well its much better than the current corolla which looks like its made in the early 2000.
      SquareFour
      • 1 Year Ago
      I don't get this. Why completely change the overall shape of certain things from the Furia concept (for example: headlights, taillights)? It's not like it the concept's treatment of these things was radical or outrageous and would be difficult to translate to production. That photoshop of the concept production-ized that was circulated earlier this year was very well done and seemed very doable, so why not do it?
      Turbo_S60
      • 1 Year Ago
      Way to go Toyota! You keep polishing that turd! Lmao
      Blizzak454
      • 1 Year Ago
      ug.....this car doesn\'t have \"LED Headlights\", it has LED LOWBEAMS. The headlight unit has halogen high beams, incandescant turn indicators and incandescant side markers. Unless you are running LEDs in every position you don\'t have have \" LED headlights.\" so while I give toyota 10 points for adopting new technology, I subtract 100 points for not using it fully. In fact you\'re gonna look like an idiot having LED low beams and then everything else some kind of old nasty filiment bulb.
      M5_4_life
      • 1 Year Ago
      Except for the Avalon, everything Toyota does is a big fail! This will be no different!
        ShadyEye16
        • 1 Year Ago
        @M5_4_life
        Good thing it looks like an baby Avalon then
        ejyoder
        • 1 Year Ago
        @M5_4_life
        You are so right. That must be why Toyota is the best selling carmaker in the world for five straight quarters, #1 retail brand in the US, Camry is the best selling passenger car in the US, etc., etc. Troll much?...
      Chris STefani
      • 1 Year Ago
      Let´s Go . . . Corolla . .. . BeatifuLLL
      • 1 Year Ago
      [blocked]
      bchreng
      • 1 Year Ago
      I would consider trading in my FR-S for one if Toyota introduces a proper XRS or S variant (Camry 4-cylinder engine, LSD, sporty suspension and disc brakes all around). That said, I'm not feeling the Avalon-like grill.
      Chris STefani
      • 1 Year Ago
      Let´s Go . . . Corolla . .. . BratifuLLL
      Mr. Bader®
      • 1 Year Ago
      Another boaring car from Toyota
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