Petrol and hybrid variants of the five-seater SUV are due Down Under in late 2022.
The 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross has been unveiled for the Japanese market, however the hatchback-derived SUV is still at least 12 months away from arriving in Australian showrooms.
Following the reveal of the south-east Asian-market model last year, Toyota has taken the wraps off a Japanese domestic market variant of the Corolla Cross, with unique front-end styling – though it’s not clear which exterior appearance will come to Australia.
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