2025 Toyota Corolla Cross Gets a Major Update and a New $24K MSRP, Albeit Only Virtually

After a long year with many introductions, Toyota will likely take some time before continuing the tidal wave of novelties. Don’t worry, the rumor mill is eager to fill in the blanks in the meantime.

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Since the beginning of the year – if we take the North American market as just a use case scenario – there have been many releases and very few facelifts. The Prius ‘Hybrid Reborn’, the 2024 Grand Highlander, the N400 Tacoma, and the 2024 Land Cruiser are all all-new models.

On the other hand, the Japanese automaker also gave us a lot of additional updates like the 2023 Corolla Cross Hybrid, three special GR editions for 2024 (GR86 Trueno, GR Corolla, and GR Supra 45th Anniversary), 2023 Prius Prime, 2024 Camry, and more. So, where are the facelifts?

Well, if these elements are absent from the real world – although we’re pretty sure many people crave updated things – that doesn’t necessarily reflect the fantasy world of digital car content creators. For example, Hello cars The YouTube channel always strives to provide new information about cars that match their virtual designs; Now, there are some CGI ideas about a 2024 Toyota Corolla Crossover or 2024 compact crossover. SUVs.

The Japanese automaker invented the nameplate as a compact SUV and entered production in 2020 as a more practical but only slightly larger alternative to the quirky C-HR. Over time, it evolved to completely replace the latter in the US range thanks to its inherent modularity and relationship to the Corolla E210 series. Built on the same TNGA-C platform, it still ranks below the best-selling RAV4 with a starting price of $23,610 for the 2023 Corolla Cross and $27,790 for the Corolla Cross Hybrid.

However, the channel host believes Toyota may be preparing a mid-cycle refresh for the 2024 or 2025 model year of the compact CUV model to ensure its popularity keeps rising and rising. Also, many have noted that the Corolla Cross isn’t the best-looking compact CUV, so the resident pixel master dedicated the CGI work to them. Ultimately, the result is quite impressive – but it also has nothing to do with Toyota’s current design for the compact Corolla range.

As such, take all of these designs with a greater pinch of salt than usual, as there’s nothing official yet from Toyota. However, it will be interesting to see if the Japanese automaker comes out with a refresh for the Corolla Cross sometime early next year and then also introduces the world to the Corolla Cross-based unibody pick-up truck which could be a better asset in the future. Fighting with the Ford Maverick and Hyundai Santa Cruz in the American car market.

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