SANTA MONICA, CA – While many of its U.S. compact-car competitors offer a variety of powertrains and body styles, the revamped ’14 Toyota Corolla will come only as a sedan and with essentially one engine, a largely carryover 1.8L 4-cyl. But Corolla chief engineer Shinichi Yasui tells WardsAuto he is studying expanding the car's U.S. lineup to include a hybrid-electric powertrain option, as well as additional body styles. “I must study hybrids (and coupes and ...

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