Toyota has announced that it is updating its Corolla Verso with a new 2.2-litre D-4D engine, enhanced premium equipment and a new front shape.
According to the automaker, the new engine, which features a diesel particulate filter, will boost the Corolla Verso’s environmental performance.
With the addition of this unit, the line now boasts "one of the most technically advanced and clean diesel engine line-ups in Europe", Toyota states.
Among the features that have been incorporated to enhance the look of the MPV are a mesh-style radiator grille, a new shape to the indicator lamps, newly-designed alloy wheels and a choice of ten exterior colours.
New fabric upholstery has also been developed to improve the car’s aesthetic appeal on the inside.
Safety has been one of the priorities for Toyota in enhancing the Corolla Verso’s equipment levels, with nine airbags now inside the vehicle, an Isofix child-seat anchorage system and concept seats designed to reduce the risk of whiplash injuries.
Comfort has not been sacrificed, however, with a dual-zone automatic air conditioning system on offer as well as an audio system capable of playing mp3 and WMA files.