The short answer is yes; it will offer drivers all-wheel drive capability. However, if you're interested in adding all-wheel drive to the new Toyota Corolla Cross, then you'll have to add it as an upgrade. The Toyota Corolla Cross will come standard with front-wheel drive, otherwise. The Toyota Corolla Cross ensure versatile capability thanks to spritely power, ample interior comfort and convenience features, and a host of tech offerings. The Toyota Corolla Cross enters the Toyota lineup as an in between to a sedan or an SUV, it slots in a dashing crossover. If a new SUV is too large and a sedan isn’t the styling you'd prefer, then the Toyota Corolla Cross is a great new model to consider.

Performance Highlights

As it stands, we know the new Toyota Corolla Cross will come with a 2.0-liter Dynamic Force engine under the hood. This engine will provide drivers with 169 horsepower while working with either front-wheel drive or all-wheel drive. If you opt for an all-wheel drive variant, then you can look forward to Dynamic Toque Control, which can direct up to 50% of power to the rear wheels. This feature can help the new Toyota Corolla Cross maintain strong fuel estimates.

Tech Fit for the Future

The new Toyota Corolla Cross doesn't skimp when it comes to technology. The all-new crossover features an available 8-inch touchscreen infotainment display, Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, an available JBL audio system, and wireless charging capability.

Safety Features

Like most every new Toyota vehicle, the Toyota Corolla Crossover comes outfitted with a standard set of driver assistance features to help ensure driving confidence on busy Arlington area roads. That's right, the new Toyota Corolla Cross comes outfitted with Toyota Safety Sense, which is a bundle of driver assistance features. Driver assistance features range from blind spot monitor and rear cross-traffic alert to front/rear parking assist with automatic braking.

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