The GX is distinguished from the outside by 17-inch alloy wheels, LED lights, daytime running lights, and heated and auto retractable door mirrors while inside, standard equipment includes automatic air conditioning, fabric seats, and smart entry and start.
The GX features the latest-generation Toyota multimedia system with an 8.0-inch touchscreen display and six-speaker audio system, and supports wireless Apple Carplay®2, wired Android Auto™3 and DAB+ digital radio4.
The Corolla Cross will offer the most expansive suite of Toyota Connected Services5 safety and convenience features of any Toyota when it launches, which will be supported by the car's data control module (DCM).
New safety features will also debut on Corolla Cross with the support of the latest Toyota Safety Sense suite of driver assistance features6 that is standard on every variant.
Lane change assist joins existing features that have been further enhanced including pre collision system with pedestrian and bicyclist detection, active cruise control with curve speed reduction, lane trace assist, and lane departure alert.6
All grades also offer eight SRS airbags, automatic high beam, blind spot monitor with safe exit assist, rear cross traffic alert and a reversing camera.6
The mid-range GXL grade is priced at $36,750 for the petrol, while hybrid versions are available with the choice of 2WD ($39,250) or E-Four AWD ($42,250).1