that's what i keep sayingLexus should be building supercars like ferrari and stop making the CT and ES for toyota.
How does a vehicle from decades ago affect the marketing and sales of a current vehicle in production? You mean to tell me that the Corolla from 30 years ago is supposed to sell and compete against today's Ford Focus RS?No way this is the aim of the sport versions of Corolla in 80th , 90th and early 2000s
I think I get what you're getting at. However, I don't agree with you. Why would a used car compete with a new car? Why would a modern day Toyota Yaris compete against the Audi RS3?Yes exactly
the main heritage of corolla is cheap price sport small family car
now just small family car we can say even little big to be small family car , and of course not sporty at all , and nor luxurious also
the next Corolla need to return to it's main roots
be sporty , have TRD version with real hp and torque number bumping
more stable and dedicated in it's sporty version , whatever they will call it Corolla Gs or Corolla TRD
both Sedan and Hatchback have to compete with like Acura / Audi / MB & BMW small offering
being No.1 you should care more about raising the bar . some people with say the typical corolla user may not want it luxurious "this is complete fault"
another people will debate the sporty feel and the road feel will not be good as the typical corolla used want something smooth from A- B, my answer this is exactly the same case of the HS / CT luxurious but not sporty . send them to Toyota under Corolla nameplate and create a real top end sporty car with this new engine found in the Yaris of the rally