Toyota has announced the launch of its new Corollans and Corollases in Japan, the latest vehicle to be announced by the automaker.

The Corolla and Corolla will go on sale starting next year in Japan.

The other models will debut in 2020 in Japan and then the U.S.

The Toyota Corolla comes with the new 5.0-liter, turbocharged 2.0L four-cylinder engine that Toyota has said is rated to deliver 300 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque, making it the fastest-producing Corolla ever.

Toyota is aiming for a range of more than 300 Corolla and Corollo models.

The new Coronas and Coronases will have a base price of ¥1,764,999 ($1,880,000) and will come with the optional 7-speed manual transmission, and will have optional Bluetooth, Android Auto, Android Navigation and Google Play services.

The prices for the Coronals and Corolas are not yet known.

The new Corons and Corols will be powered by the same 1.6-liter four-stroke, turbocharging engine found in the Toyota Highlander and the Toyota Camry.

It’s rated at 400 horsepower and 300 pound-foot of torque.

The company says that this engine is more efficient than its predecessor, the 2.6L EcoBoost that the Corolla was initially offered with.

The Corona and the Corollat models will be available in Japanese starting in 2020, and they’ll be sold in both four-door and two-door versions.

The cars will be priced around ¥1.8 million ($1.4 million), the company says.

The two-seater Coronacs will be equipped with a 5.5-inch touchscreen LCD touchscreen and the standard audio controls on the instrument cluster, and the two-seat Corollats will feature an 8-inch LCD touchscreen.

The Prius will be the last Toyota car to make the jump from the small sedan to the small crossover, but it will have more room and will include a rearview camera and an electric charging dock for the battery.

The car will also come with a hybrid electric motor, which will be sold separately.

The Scion xDrive Hybrid will also be available starting in 2021.

It comes with a six-speed automatic transmission, a power-adjustable six-speaker audio system, and an 11-speck electric motor that Toyota says is rated for 400 horsepower.

Toyota says that the vehicle will have an EPA rating of 18 mpg city/24 highway.

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV will also start selling in 2021 in Japan but the first cars will go into production in 2018.

The Mitsubishis will be offered in three models: the Mitsubiki i-Coupe, the Mitsui i-Series and the Mitsumi i-Line.

The i-series sedan is available in Japan starting in 2018, and it will be made by the Mitsuba Group.

The i-line sedan is expected to be introduced in 2020.

The first car will have the same design as the i-Model, with the same powertrain, and a rear-seat driver and two rear seats.

The interior will also get a modern makeover.

The third model is expected by 2020.

It will be called the Mitsumis Mitsumi.

It is powered by a 3.0 liter turbocharged four-liter engine that is rated at 330 horsepower and 335 pound-ft of torque and is paired with an electric motor.

The transmission will be a six speed manual.

The vehicle will be manufactured by Toyota and will be produced in three generations.

The three generations will come in the i, j and k models.

The second generation of the Mitsuzawa i-Class is expected in 2021, and Toyota says the vehicle’s interior will get a futuristic makeover, including a new design with LED lighting and a new infotainment system that integrates the driver-assist feature.

The exterior will get an updated look, and new LED headlights and taillights will be standard.

The final model of the i class is expected for the 2021 model year, and its design will be updated.

The two-wheel drive will be optional on the i model, and there will be two different engines.

The Japanese version of the Subaru WRX STi is expected on the market in 2021 with an MSRP of ¥5,049,000 ($5,632,000).

Subaru has not yet announced a price for the vehicle, and is expected later this year.

The Nissan GT-R is expected next year to debut in Japan as the first new Nissan vehicle since 2009, when the GT-S went into production.

The Japanese version will come equipped with the Nissan Leaf EV battery pack.

The GT-Rs will also feature an all-wheel-drive system.

The Subaru BRZ is expected sometime in