Or maybe you want to talk about the whispers that a Corolla Cross-based pickup truck is in the making to try and give the Hyundai Santa Cruz and Ford Maverick unibody compact pickup trucks a run for their money? Even the dealerships have nothing to complain about – special editions from the GR side of things are coming, the 2024 Grand Highlander is ready to rock your family in a three-row configuration, and the 2024 Tacoma mid-size pickup truck superstar is just around the corner.
But, of course, that is not all. There's also the imaginative realm of digital car content creators to keep us company in our sweet dreams of future Toyotas. And there's no need to take our word for granted, as we have a prolific pixel master to give you an eloquent example. Dimas Ramadhan, the virtual automotive artist behind the Digimods DESIGN channel on YouTube, has recently taken up the task of revealing a refreshed Toyota Corolla - in sporty sedan attire.
That's the latest in a long line of Toyota-focused digital projects, by the way – just recently, he also envisioned stuff like an all-new, third-generation Toyota RAV4 EV, the popular 2024 Land Cruiser in pickup truck form and with heavy-duty dually responsibilities, plus the 2024 Tacoma HD giving it a helping hand, among many others. Now, finally, there's also time to think about the passenger cars, not just the crossovers, SUVs, and pickup trucks in the 'Yota family.
As far as the unofficial 2025 Toyota Corolla Sedan presentation shown in the video feature embedded below is concerned, this could easily pass as an all-new generation given the extensive level of modifications. However, it's probably safe to take all this with a grain of salt as Toyota probably won't spend top dollar on a simple redesign to switch the best-selling Corolla nameplate on the Lexus IS platform.
On the other hand, using the sporty luxury sedan as a template made the hypothetical Toyota Corolla Sedan a lot sportier than anyone could have imagined – and the excellent integration of new styling elements only helps with the perceived feistiness. Well, that brings us to a neat idea – what if Toyota starts to offer a GR Corolla version for every one of its body styles, not just the hatchback? Wouldn't running around in a GR Corolla Sedan would be utterly fantastic, giving headaches to the Honda Civic Type R in the other lane?