The Touring Sports Wagon built on the foundation of Toyota Corolla, which comes with a fresh new design and upgraded cabin, not only makes strong presence but also adds eminence to its popularity in the international car market.

As part of the mid-life facelift, the hatchback will get new set of engines.

However, nothing official is revealed about under the hood department, but it is expected that Toyota might employ 1.6 liter diesel powertrain that is working in Verso MPV. The hybrid engine will be on the priority list though.

The powertrain accounted for about half of the Auris sales in European market in 2014. The engine line-up have been improved and focuses on enhanced performance and efficiency.

The car gets significant update at the front end with refreshed grille, revamped headlight cluster and redesigned lower bumper.

Fresh colour scheme, touch screen infotainment system and updated air conditioning system made the interiors of the car more attractive.