2024 Toyota Corolla Cross Hybrid Adds Blackout Beauty with Nightshade Edition

28 September 2023

The Toyota Corolla Cross is adding even more style to the lineup with a Nightshade Special Edition for 2024. Available exclusively on the Corolla Cross Hybrid, and based on the SE grade, the Nightshade Edition brings a distinctive look to the already feature-packed entry SUV. Featuring 18-inch gloss black sport alloy wheels, black and red fabric trimmed interior with red accent stitching, and black accented head and tail lamps, it's a low-key cool Corolla Cross with unique style.

Built on the SE grade, additional details on the Corolla Cross Hybrid Nightshade include blacked-out badges, black outside door handles and mirrors, and an integrated rear lip spoiler. The finishing touch to the model's exterior are three chic paint options, a stealthy Jet Black, Barcelona Red with Jet Black Roof, or Celestite Gray with Jet Black Roof. It is also equipped with standard accessories that are ready for life-on-the-go – like a roof rack for extra storage, wireless charging, frameless HomeLink Rearview Mirror, and standard carpet floormats.

The Corolla Cross Hybrid Nightshade joins the S, SE, and XSE grades for model year 2024. With three sport grades to choose from, drivers can find a Corolla Cross Hybrid that fits their budget and style. For model year 2024 the SE and XSE both receive an update to their wireless charger. The 2024 Corolla Cross Hybrid, along with the gas model that launched in 2021, is assembled in the U.S. at the new Mazda Toyota Manufacturing plant in Huntsville, Alabama.

The Corolla Cross Hybrid Nightshade Edition and the rest of the Corolla Cross Hybrid lineup is expected to arrive at Toyota Dealerships this winter.

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Toyota directly employs more than 49,000 people in the U.S. who have contributed to the design, engineering, and assembly of more than 33 million cars and trucks at our nine manufacturing plants. By 2025, Toyota's 10th plant in North Carolina will begin to manufacture automotive batteries for electrified vehicles. With more electrified vehicles on the road than any other automaker, Toyota currently offers 24 electrified options.

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SOURCE Toyota Motor North America