The Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid’s efficiency not only helps further Toyota’s commitment to a carbon neutral future, but it does so in style. Value-priced and packed with features not typically found in a small crossover, Corolla Cross hits the sweet spot with the engaging driving experience of a small car and the functionality of a larger crossover. Arriving in US dealerships in June 2023, Corolla Cross Hybrid will have a starting manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $27,970.
The all-new Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid is sporty by nature, representing the perfect next step for this model line. From a design perspective, it offers an approachable exterior as well as a higher line-of-sight thanks to the revised TNGA-C platform. For all three Sport grades, the Corolla Cross Hybrid offers eye-catching details that set it apart from its gas sibling, such as unique front and rear styling. There’s even available two-toned paint and 18-inch alloy wheels with sporty looks that are destined to standout.
“Corolla Cross is an incredibly packaged vehicle and adding the hybrid powertrain to the lineup is truly the cherry on top,” said Michael Tripp, vice president, Toyota marketing. “Overall, Corolla Cross Hybrid is jam-packed with features and spec at a great price point that we know customers will love.”
The 2023 Corolla Cross Hybrid, along with the gas model that launched in the 2022 model year, will be assembled in the U.S. at the brand-new Mazda Toyota Manufacturing plant in Huntsville, Alabama. As part of Toyota’s diverse approach to its carbon neutrality goal, Corolla Cross Hybrid is yet another vehicle that supports the “beyond zero” effort. Beyond Zero represents Toyota’s vision to reach beyond zero emissions through our products, services, and operations that make a net positive impact on our planet and society. It’s no coincidence that Toyota offers the widest range of zero and low-emission powertrains in the market. This provides customers a way in which they can reduce carbon as much as possible while still meeting their current lifestyle and mobility needs.
Toyota is committed to helping reduce carbon emissions by giving customers 15 electrified vehicles for customers to choose from, including 11 hybrid models, two plug-in hybrid models, the all-electric bZ4X battery electric vehicle, and the zero-emission hydrogen fuel cell electric Mirai (currently available in California).