The facelifted 2025 Toyota Corolla Sedan looks sleeker than usual, albeit only in CGI
Image: DigiMods Design/YouTube
The Japanese automaker is so present these days across the news that it seems like everything revolves around it, sometimes. If you look at the rumours, the 2024 Land Cruiser that was just born as a sibling to the J250 Lexus GX already has a baby – a compact, powerful body-on-frame version that will likely go head to head with Mercedes’ small car. Class G if and when launched by the Germans.
Or maybe you want to talk about the whispers that a Corolla Cross pickup truck is in the works to try to give the Hyundai Santa Cruz and Ford Maverick compact pickup trucks a run for their money? Even dealers have nothing to complain about — special editions by GR are coming, the 2024 Grand Highlander is ready to impress your family in a three-row configuration, and the 2024 Tacoma midsize pickup truck is right around the corner. the corner.
But, of course, that’s not all. There’s also a fantasy world for digital car content creators to keep us company in our sweet dreams of future Toyotas. And there’s no need to take our word for granted, as we have a prolific pixel expert to give you a telling example. Dimas Ramadan, the virtual car artist behind Designed by DigiMods A YouTube channel that recently took on the task of unveiling an updated Toyota Corolla – in sports sedan guise.
This is the latest in a long line of Toyota-focused digital projects, by the way – recently, also envisioning things like the all-new third-generation Toyota RAV4 Eve, the popular 2024 Land Cruiser in the form of a pickup truck with dual heavy-duty responsibilities, plus the 2024 Tacoma HD that gives it a helping hand, among many other things. Now, finally, there’s also time to think about passenger cars, and not just the crossovers, SUVs and minivans in the “Yota” family.
Regarding the unofficial presentation of the 2025 Toyota Corolla Sedan shown in the video feature embedded below, it is possible that this could be considered a completely new generation due to the extensive level of modifications. However, it’s probably safe to take all of this with a grain of salt since Toyota probably won’t spend a lot of dollars on a simple redesign to swap the best-selling Corolla nameplate onto the Lexus IS platform.
On the other hand, using a luxury sports sedan as a template makes the virtual Toyota Corolla sedan sportier than anyone could have imagined – and the excellent integration of new design elements only helps to increase the perceived liveliness. Well, this brings us to a great idea – what if Toyota started offering a GR Corolla version for every one of its body styles, not just the hatchback? Wouldn’t it be absolutely fantastic to run around in a GR Corolla Sedan, giving a headache to a Honda Civic Type R in the other lane?
(Tags for translation) 2025 Toyota Corolla Sedan