Powered by a 2.4-litre four-cylinder supercharged engine, the Corolla S3 is purely a show car with no plans for production. Nonetheless, it does prove a point: even a Corolla can be interesting.
With a massive front-mount intercooler, 20-inch chrome wheels riding on lowered springs and with the supercharger whine helped along with a sports exhaust (with a dual pipe muffler), Toyota obviously understands the need for performance variants to attract younger buyers. So why is it then, that this is just a concept?
TRD Australia should be looking at a tuned Corolla. Surely if there is a market for a front-wheel-drive supercharged Aurion, there is bound to be one for the Corolla.