The latest iteration of the Toyota Corolla is the 11th generation of this vehicle. There are few cars in the world that have seen so many generations being produced consecutively, replicating the same kind of success. So will the youngest of the family tree be able to live up to the line’s illustrious legacy? We bring you our first impressions
The first time I ever laid my eyes on the Toyota Corolla (I have no idea what generation of the car that was) happened to be in the then neighbouring kingdom of Nepal, way back in 1987. Growing up on an unending diet of Ambassadors, Premier Padminis, Maruti 800s and Omnis along with the occasional spattering of a Standard Herald or 2000, the Corolla had looked unlike anything that I had seen on public roads! Cut to 2007, my first official tryst with the Corolla happened in Bahrain where I had been invited to review the 10th generation of the car that would later make its entry into India as the Corolla Altis.