What does the cockpit of the new Toyota Corolla Altis look like?

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Jan 10, 2014

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You already know that there are five variants of the new Toyota Corolla Altis, and that the top-of-the-line 2.0-liter V version has a seven-speed CVT and is priced at P1,201,000. For sure, you\'re wondering what the features of this range-topper are to justify that kind of price tag. To help answer that question, we took photos of the variant\'s cockpit.

As you can see, the interior of the Corolla Altis 2.0V is a tasteful mix of black plastic and leather, faux carbon-fiber panels, brushed aluminum and chrome bits. It features an engine start/stop button, steering wheel controls, paddle shifters, old-school aircon vents, dazzling instrument gauges, fully automatic air-conditioning, and huge interior door handles.

Based on what you see so far, do you think the pricing is fair?

For the full Toyota Corolla Altis story, read our exclusive article in the next couple of days--complete with exclusive photos and video.

Photos by Vernon B. Sarne

 

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    1.8 E CVT
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    Light on amenities, Honda kept styling it long after it was done.
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    Light on amenities, Honda kept styling it long after it was done.
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    Honda’s winningest combination comes when you opt for a six-speed manual transmission available in the Civic hatchback Sport, in which …
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