How Toyota Corolla 2019 will change the car industry

Toyota Corollas will have a new body style and a refreshed interior that will help the brand achieve more than $1 billion in sales by 2025.

Toyota said Tuesday that the 2019 Corolla will be the first car in its family to be redesigned for comfort and ride.

The automaker said it expects that model to be its best-selling car since the Corolla was introduced in 2010.

The Corolla, a midsize sedan that sells for about $25,000, is the first to go through the overhaul Toyota is doing for 2019, when it will release the sedan in two trim levels.

The lower level, called the “Corolla 2,” will feature a redesigned body, with a redesigned dashboard, seats, pedals, audio, powertrain, door handles and more.

The car is expected to have the same price as the sedan it replaces.

The higher level, the “Porpoise 2,” is expected not to change much from the base Corolla.

The price will likely be about $45,000.

The 2020 Corolla sedan, which will go on sale in the U.S. and Japan, will be redesigned to make it more appealing to younger buyers.

The sedan will sport a slightly redesigned exterior with more sporty styling and a new front grille, the company said.

The rear bumper will be updated with more chrome and an upgraded airbag system.

Toyota said the 2018 Corolla model will be available in a variety of trim levels starting with the Porpoise.

The first of these, called “Porc” and starting at $30,000 starting with a 3.6-liter V6 engine, will come with a new automatic transmission that will provide an additional 150 horsepower.

The 2019 model, called Corolla 2, will have an all-wheel drive automatic transmission and will be powered by a 6.2-liter engine with a top speed of 155 mph.

Both models will offer a host of features, including a new touchscreen infotainment system, a new rear camera with dual LED daytime running lights and a rearview camera.

The two models will also come with two USB ports for charging and a front-facing infotail for driving.

The redesigned 2019 Corolla 2 will feature an all new exterior design, Toyota said.

It will be more accessible than the previous model, which had a small dash.

The dashboard, a design that was introduced on the 2010 model, will get a facelift and be more ergonomic.

The new dash also will feature LED lighting that will be less distracting to drivers.

The roofline will also be redesigned, making it a little taller.

The 2018 Corollae will have the largest body volume of any of the cars Toyota sells in the United States, Toyota added.

The company said the 2019 model will also get a new color, the Porpeleau.

The color will be red with a black stripe.

The Porpelee, which starts at $35,000 with the base model, is a “more modern red,” and will sport an exterior that will have “a more sportier look and feel,” the automaker added.

Toyota will release a new version of the Corollars new color in 2020.

The 2019 model has been delayed several times since the car was introduced.

The company said it was delayed for two months by the 2015 fires in its factory, the 2015 recall of the 2015 Prius hybrid and the 2016 fires at the company’s plant in China.

Toyota has been working on updating the vehicles in the past three years.

The update to the 2019 will come in 2019, but it will not be until 2020.

The changes are expected to be in the 2020 model.

Toyotas newest vehicle, the Coroda, will make its debut at the Detroit Auto Show.