2021 Toyota Corolla driving on night bridge with red lights in background

What’s New on the 2021 Toyota Corolla?

As time moves forward, so does the Toyota Corolla right along with it. Many older Toyota Corolla models are still on the road, reliably carrying their owners and passengers around town or around the country. Year after year, Toyota keeps releasing a Corolla without holding back. The design may have changed a few times throughout the generations the Corolla has already seen, but even the 2021 Toyota Corolla still holds true to the values that made it one of the most successful vehicles of all time. Read more of this post to learn about what Toyota has added for the 2021 model year.

Does the 2021 Toyota Corolla Have Android Auto™?

The most recent Toyota Corolla model years have been lacking one thing almost every competitor has had, and that is Android Auto™ compatibility. It’s a surprise the compatibility wasn’t added sooner considering how many people use Android phones around the world. For the 2021 model year, the Toyota Corolla comes ready with connectivity for both Android and Apple smartphones.


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Are There Any New Trims on the 2021 Toyota Corolla?

The 2021 Toyota Corolla does not see any new trim levels coming, but it does get something special, a new edition. The 2021 Toyota Corolla Apex edition is a model based on the higher trim levels of the Corolla, but it gets new sporty design updates, a track-tuned chassis, and tighter handling. This car is meant to draw attention for those who like to cruise around downtown and show off their performance vehicle. It will also include all the best comfort features and high tech the Corolla can offer.

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Does the 2021 Toyota Corolla Have New Safety Features?

A special part of the move to the 2021 model year is the inclusion of more standard and available safety equipment and features. Take, for example, the rear-seat side airbags. These airbags help rear passengers stay safer in the event of a collision. The 2020 model year already had lots of standard safety features, like emergency braking assist, a lane departure accident avoidance system, and both pre- and post-collision safety systems.