Toyota introduced Corolla TREK in the growing category of crossover-type, rugged looking vehicles within the European C-segment. The vehicle will target mainly active lifestyle families with outdoor hobbies with its features such as a 20 mm rise in ride height for greater ground clearance.
It also features exterior specifications of cross-over vehicles such as side cladding in the lower part of the body, front and rear underrun, honeycomb front grille, bespoke 17” machined alloy wheels, rear privacy glass, fog lamps and LED headlamps.
The car is fitted with many standard equipment, including 7” colour TFT display in the instrument cluster and the latest version of Toyota safety Sense. It includes Pre-Collision safety System with detection of cyclists by day and pedestrians both night and day, Adaptive Cruise Control with automatic stop and start function, Lane Trace Assist, Traffic Sign Recognition and Intelligent Auto High Beam. The TREK is also equipped with a 7-inch TFT infotainment Screen.
Toyota and Trek Bicycle has collaborated to bring in Toyota Corolla TREK. Toyota has signed an agreement with Trek Bicycle, providing Corolla TREK as support vehicles for the Trek-Segafredo World Tour Teams, during European cycle racing events. In total, 16 Corolla TREKs with the 2.0 litre self-charging hybrid powertrain have been provided to trek-Segafredo.