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First Generation E1# Model(1966-1970)

The first generation TOYOTA COROLLA went on sale in November 1966 as a sedan, positioning between TOYOTA PAPRIKA and TOYOTA CORONA. Its design took into account the sportiness of the PAPRIKA design. A distinctive feature of the front was the headlights, for which the eyes of a panther was used as a motif. The car body measured in length, width, and height at 3,845mm, 1,465mm, and 1,380mm respectively. The grade lineup consisted of the standard, special, and deluxe, and an effort was made to differentiate through the equipment installed, such as white tires and radios. Only the 2-door sedan was made available.

The engine installed was the 1,077cc gasoline engine with 60 horsepower, which boasted a maximum speed of 140km/h.

This was combined with the 4-speed floor-mounted shifter manual transmission.

In May 1967, as a new body type, the 4-door sedan and the commercial 2-door van were added. Moreover, in terms of the transmission, the Toyoglide 2-speed automatic transmission was made available.

In September 1969, the engine displacement was expanded, and the 1,166cc gasoline engine with 66 horsepower was added.

Second Generation E2# Model (1970-1977)

In May 1970, the COROLLA underwent a full model change to its second generation model. For the exterior, triangular windows were discontinued, achieving clean window graphics. Moreover, responding to consumer needs, improvements were made with the aim to enhance safety, riding comfort, and running performance.
The exterior design was changed to one that emphasized sportiness, thanks to a wider and lower long nose/short deck style.
For the interior, an instrument panel with long wood patterns was implemented, leading to a more luxurious design.

Though all engines had a displacement of 1,166cc, the power output differed according to grade and body type-68 horsepower, 73 horsepower, and 77 horsepower.

To these engines, the floor-mounted or column-mounted shifter manual transmission and Toyoglide automatic were made available.

In 1970, the 1400 Series with increased engine displacement was added. This 1,407cc engine boasted a power output of 86 horsepower.

In 1973, the 2T-G DOHC engine was added to the lineup; this engine had a displacement of 1,600cc and power output of 110 horsepower.

Third Generation E3#/5# Model (1974-1979)

In April 1974, the third generation model went on sale. This model adhered to gas emission regulations and was developed with a focus on improving safety and riding comfort. The exterior design was based on the semi fastback style. Moreover, because the total width was increased by 65mm, improvements were made in collision safety and stability.

The engine was carried over from the second generation model.

For the transmission, the 2-speed automatic was replaced by the enhanced 3-speed automatic.

In May 1978, minor changes were implemented, and alterations were made on the exterior design.

Fourth Generation E7# Model (1979-1987)

In March 1979, a full model change led to the introduction of the fourth generation model. This model was developed with a focus on enhancing riding comfort and fuel efficiency. For the exterior, the fastback style of the previous generations was changed to a sharper design that emphasized straight lines. According to body style, the design was differentiated; for the sedan/van series, quad round headlights were used, and for the coupe series, double rectangular headlamps were used. In terms of the interior, visibility was improved through the enlargement of the glass area, and improvements were also made on the instrument panel to enhance quality, as well as on the air conditioning system. For body style, the 2-door and 4-door sedan, hard top, coupe, liftback were introduced, and later, the 2-door and 4-door van-for a total of 7 variations.

For the engine, the 1,290cc with 72 horsepower, the 1,452cc with 80 horsepower, and the 1,588cc with 115 horsepower were made available.

The transmissions that could be combined with these were the 4-speed and 5-speed manual, as well as 2-speed automatic. Later, the automatic transmission options were expanded to 3-speed and 4-speed.

In August, the 1,800cc gasoline engine was added to the lineup.

In August 1981, minor changes were made, and the front headlights were changed to double rectangular headlamps.

In February 1982, the 1,839cc diesel engine with 65 horsepower was newly added to the lineup.

Fifth Generation E8# Model (1983-1987)

In May 1983, another full model change led to a drive system shift to the FF. As a result, an expansion of the interior space was achieved. For the design, the implementation of a slanted nose, double non-standard headlights, and body built-in resin bumper led to improvements in quality. Furthermore, door mirrors were used. This shift to the FF resulted in the length of the interior increasing to 1,810mm, the width to 1,380mm, and the height to 1,160mm.

The engine lineup consisted of the 1,295cc gasoline engine with 75 horsepower, the 1,452cc gasoline engine with 83 horsepower, the 1,587cc gasoline engine with 100 horsepower, and the 1,839cc diesel engine with 65 horsepower.

For the transmission, the 1,587cc gasoline engine with 100 horsepower was combined with an electric 4-speed automatic transmission.

In January 1984, the number of grades that could utilize this electric 4-speed automatic transmission increased. In October of the same year, the high-performance 1,587cc engine with 130 horsepower was added to the sedan.

Sixth Generation E9# Model (1987-1991)

In May 1987, the COROLLA underwent another full model change to the sixth generation model. The theme of this model was, “A Global High-Quality Sedan that Goes Beyond Class”; it was further developed with a significant increase in quality in mind. For the exterior design, a distinct characteristic was the installment of such features as colored bumpers and door mirrors. In terms of the interior, the full trim was applied to the entire interior, and the seat covers were changed, further increasing an air of luxury. The car body measured in length, width, and height at 4,195mm, 1,655mm, and 1,360mm respectively.

The engines were renewed; a multi-valve engine was installed on all gasoline engine vehicles.

The gasoline engine lineup consisted of:

1,295cc 73 horsepower
1,498cc 85 horsepower
1,498cc 94 horsepower
1,587cc 120 horsepower
1,587cc 145 horsepower

And the only diesel engine option was:

1,839cc 64 horsepower

This made for a lineup with a wide variety of options.

In October 1987, the 4WD system was newly added.

In May 1989, minor changes were made, and the engine lineup for the 4WD was further enriched.

Seventh Generation E10# Model (1991-2002)

In June 1991, another full model change led to the introduction of the seventh generation model. The car body measured in length, width, and height at 4,270mm, 1,685mm, and 1,375mm respectively, and the wheelbase was also expanded to 2,465mm, thereby achieving an impactful and voluminous exterior design. Moreover, the curves on the front bumper was emphasized more strongly, and flush surface was used on the body, leading to a more luxurious design.

For the high-mecha twin cam, the engine lineup consisted of the 1,331cc with 100 horsepower, 1,498cc with 105 horsepower, and 1,587cc with 115 horsepower; additionally, a sports twin cam 20-valve gasoline engine with 160 horsepower and a 1,974cc diesel engine with 73 horsepower were added.

The transmissions that could be combined with these were the 5-speed manual, 3-speed automatic, and 4-speed automatic.

Minor changes were implemented in May 1993, and alterations were made to the interior and exterior designs; additionally, minor improvements were made on the engine.

In May 1995, the sedan series went ahead and underwent a full model change to the eighth generation model.

Eighth Generation E11# Model (1995-2002)

The eighth generation model was introduced in May 1995. Though the chassis and structure were carried over from the seventh generation model, the total weight was reduced by 50kg, and improvements were made on the engine that allowed for enhanced fuel efficiency. Moreover, further improvements were made with a mind for the environment; for example, recyclable bumpers were used. The “Keep Concept” design was utilized for the exterior, and the interior used an underlying horizontal tone to increase the feeling of openness and enhance riding comfort.

The engine lineup consisted of the 1,331cc gasoline engine with 88 horsepower, the 1,498cc gasoline engine with 100 horsepower, the 1,587cc gasoline engine with 115 horsepower, and the 1,974cc diesel engine with 73 horsepower.

In May 1996, with the aim to improve safety, the ABS and driver’s side airbags were installed on all vehicles as standard equipment. Moreover, in terms of the interior equipment, the ignition key illumination was newly installed, and the center console box was encased with fabric, further improving quality.

In April 1997, minor changes were implemented, leading to changes to the interior and exterior designs. For the exterior, the multi-reflector headlamp was used, and for the interior, the material used for the instrument panel was changed to a more luxurious one. Moreover, from a safety perspective, dual airbags and seatbelts with pretensioner & force limiter were installed on all vehicles as standard equipment. Additionally, the GT grade was revived; the 1,587cc gasoline engine with 165 horsepower was installed.

Minor improvements were made in April 1998, leading to changes in the engine and an expansion of equipment options. For the engine, the diesel engine was changed to the 2,184cc with 79 horsepower. Furthermore, water-repelling glass was used on certain grades.

In August 2000, the sedan series went ahead to another full model change, leading to the ninth generation model.

Ninth Generation E12#/13# Model (2000-2008)

The ninth generation model, which was introduced in August 2000, saw a change to a new design that conveyed thickness and therefore differed from the old. The “New Century Value” concept was adopted, and as the chassis was renewed, the car body measured in length, width, and height at 4,365mm, 1,695mm, and 1,470mm respectively, thereby enlarging it to a 5 number body category. For the exterior design, the flowing design was developed to take attention away from the vehicle height through the sharpening of the incline of the front and rear pillars.

For the interior, the aim was to enhance quality; a luxurious and sporty feel was achieved through the use of wooden panels and aluminum panels.

Moreover, vertical two-tone colors were used on the instrument panel, and because it was designed to emphasize horizontal space, the interior space achieved great space and openness. Self-luminous meters were used as well; such changes in the equipment led to an even greater boost to the luxuriousness of the vehicle.

Furthermore, another distinctive feature of this model is that this COROLLA was the first to equip VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) and TRC (Traction Control).

The convertible valve timing function was installed on all gasoline engines:

1,298cc 88 horsepower(FF)
1,496cc 110 horsepower(FF),105 horsepower(4WD)
1,795cc 190 horsepower(FF)
1,794cc 136 horsepower(FF),125 horsepower(4WD)

And the diesel engine option was:

2,184cc 79 horsepower

For the transmission, the 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic Super ECT were installed.

In October 2001, a premium edition was added to the lineup; this was the 1.8L LUXCEL installed with genuine leather seat covers and wide multi AV station II with navigation as standard equipment. For this grade, the added equipment led to a greater air of luxury.

Minor changes made in September 2002 led to alterations to the interior and exterior, as well as improvements on the engine, which led to its adherence to the 2000 Gas Emission Standards 75% Reduction in Emissions (U-LEV (☆☆☆)). For the exterior, the designs for the front grille, bumper, and headlights were changed.

In February 2004, with the aim to improve environmental performance, all gasoline engine vehicles achieved the 2005 Gas Emission Standards 50% Reduction “New ☆☆☆.”

In April 2004, a second round of minor changes was implemented. For the exterior, the designs for the bonnet and fender were changed, leading to a greater air of novelty. Moreover, for the interior, the designs for the seat covers and instrument panel were changed for improved quality. As for the engine, because it did not adhere to environmental standards, the diesel engine was removed from the lineup.

In December of the same year, the 1.5L FF grade, which was the main car model, achieved a certification for the “2005 Gas Emission Standards 75% Reduction (SU-LEV (☆☆☆☆))” through cleaner gas emission, thus becoming subject to even greater special tax measures.

Tenth Generation E14#/15# Model(2006-2014)

In October 2006, the tenth generation model was introduced, carrying over the design of the previous generation model. Moreover, from this point on, “Axio” is added as a subname. In terms of outer appearance, a distinct feature was the double non-standard headlights that were built into the bumper. The exterior design was called “sweep cut pillar,” which led to a simple and clean impression, as well as unity between the front and rear areas.
As for equipment options, grades that had such features as pre-crash safety system, parking assist system, and VSC (Vehicle Stability Control) were added to the lineup, demonstrating the focus for lineup variety.
The car body measured in length, width, and height at 4,410mm, 1,695mm, and 1,460mm respectively, maintaining 5 number body category as well as its usability on narrow roads.

The 1,496cc engine with 110 horsepower, equipped with an intake exhaust newly installed with a convertible valve timing device, was introduced (2010 Fuel Consumption Standards + 10% Achieved Vehicles). Additionally, the 1,797cc with 125 horsepower (2010 Fuel Consumption Standards + 10% Achieved Vehicles) was also added.

The transmissions that could be combined with these were the CVT and 5-speed manual.

As for the drive system, the FF and 4WD were carried over.

In October 2008, minor changes were implemented to change the designs of the front grille, headlights, and rear combination lamp. As for the interior as well, equipment options were enriched; for example, the use of heated seats and wooden panels was expanded.

In October 2009, changes aimed at improving fuel efficiency were made to the 1.5L FF Series; the 10-15 mode fuel consumption was enhanced by 0.6km/L to 18.6km/L. For the other grades as well, fuel consumption measured at 17.2km/L (FF) for the 1.8L Series.

In April 2010, further improvements were made to boost fuel efficiency. As a result, for the 1.5L FF Series, due to a combination with CVT, maximum fuel consumption of 20.0km/L was achieved. For the 1.8L Series as well, the engine was equipped with valve matic, and the transmission was combined with the Super CVT-I, leading to an improved fuel consumption of 18.6km/L (FF).

Eleventh Generation E16#/17# Model(2012-)

The current model, which was introduced in May 2012 as the eleventh generation model, saw its chassis being replaced by that of the Vitz. The body size measured in length, width, and height at 4,360mm, 1,695mm, and 1,460mm respectively; by reducing the total length by 50mm, usability was boosted. Nonetheless, the interior design still focused on inspiring openness; thus, a spacious and comfortable interior was carried over from the previous generation model.

For the engine, the 1.8L Series was discontinued, and the 1.3L and 1.5L Series were newly introduced. The engine lineup for the 1.3L Series consisted of the 1,329cc gasoline engine with 95 horsepower, and the 1,496cc gasoline engine with 109 horsepower.

These engines were combined with the CVT or 5-speed manual transmission.

JC08 mode fuel consumption measured at 20.6km/L for grades carrying the 1,329cc engine with 95 horsepower; furthermore, the grades carrying a 1,496cc engine with 109 horsepower achieved fuel consumption of 20.0km/L.

In August 2013, a grade equipped with the hybrid system installed on the second generation Prius was added to the lineup. This grade’s JC08 mode fuel consumption measured at 33.0km/L, thereby realizing 2014 Fuel Consumption Standards + 20% Achieved.

COROLLAMODELDisplacementDrive SystemFuelLineup Year
1966-1970 KE10 1,077 FRGasoline1966-1970
KE10-B 1,077 FRGasoline
KE10-D 1,077 FRGasoline
KE11 1,166 FRGasoline1969-1970
KE11-F1,166 FRGasoline1969-1970
KE17 1,166 FRGasoline1969-1970
KE181,166 FRGasoline1969-1970
1970-1977 KE201,166 FRGasoline1970-1977
KE20D 1,166 FRGasoline
KE20-S 1,166 FRGasoline
KE20N 1,166 FRGasoline
KE25-S 1,166 FRGasoline
KE25-D1,166 FRGasoline
1974-1979TE31 1,588 FRGasoline1974-1979
KE30 1,166 FRGasoline
TE30 1,407 FRGasoline
1979-1983KE70 1,290 FRGasoline1979-1983
AE70 1,452 FRGasoline
TE71 1,588 FRGasoline
E-AE701,500 FRGasoline
E-KE70 1,300 FRGasoline
E-KE73G 1,300 FRGasoline
E-TE70 1,800 FRGasoline
E-TE711,600 FRGasoline
J-KE71V1,300 FRGasoline
J-KE73V 1,600 FRGasoline
L-KE72V1,300 FRGasoline
L-KE74V1,500 FRGasoline
L-TE74V1,600 FRGasoline
N-CE701,800 FRDiesel
N-CE701,800 FRDiesel
N-CE72G1,800 FRDiesel
1983-1987 N-CE801,800 FF Diesel 1983-1987
E-AE801,300 FF Gasoline
E-AE81 1,500 FF Gasoline
E-AE82 1,600 FF Gasoline
1987-1991E-EE901,295 FF Gasoline1989
E-AE92 1,587 FF Gasoline1989
E-AE911,498 FF Gasoline1989-1990
Q-CE90 1,839 FF Diesel1989-1990
E-AE95 1,587 4WDGasoline1989-1990
1991-1995E-AE1011,587 FF Gasoline1990-1994
E-AE1041,587 4WD Gasoline1991-1994
E-EE1011,331 FF Gasoline1991-1994
E-AE1001,498 FF Gasoline1991-1994
X-CE1041,498 4WDDiesel 1991-1994
X-CE1001,974 FFDiesel 1991-1994
1995-2000E-AE1141,587 4WD Gasoline1995-1997
E-AE1101,498 FF Gasoline1995-1997
E-EE1111,331 FF Gasoline1995-1997
KD-CE1101,974 FF Diesel 1995-1997
KD-CE1141,974 4WDDiesel 1995-1997
E-AE1111,587 FFGasoline1995-1997
GF-AE111 1,587 FFDiesel1998
KE-CE113 2,184 FFGasoline1998-2000
GF-AE1141,587 4WD Diesel 1998-2000
KE-CE1162,184 4WD Gasoline1998-2000
GF-EE111 1,331 FF Gasoline1998-2000
GF-AE1101,498 FF Gasoline1998-2000
TA-NZE1241,496 4WDGasoline2000-2002
TA-NZE121 1,496 FF Gasoline2000-2002
TA-NZE120 1,298 FF Gasoline2000-2002
KE-CE121 2,184 FF Diesel2000-2002
UA-ZZE1221,794 FF Gasoline2002
UA-ZZE1241,794 4WD Gasoline2002
UA-NZE1241,496 4WD Gasoline2002-2003
UA-NZE1201,298 FFGasoline2002-2003
UA-NZE121 1,496 FFGasoline2004
CBA-NZE120 1,298 FFGasoline2004
CBA-ZZE122 1,794 FFGasoline2004
CBA-ZZE1241,794 4WDGasoline2004
CBA-NZE1241,496 4WDGasoline2004-2005
CBA-NZE121 1,496 FFGasoline2004-2005
DBA-NZE121 1,496 FFGasoline2004-2005
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