10 Sep / 2019

2020 Toyota Corolla Nightshade Edition boards the blackout package bandwagon

first_img Share your voice 2020 Toyota Corolla review: More emotional, still sensible 5 things you need to know about the 2020 Toyota Corolla 15 Photos 3:13 2020 Toyota Corolla Hybrid review: Sip with subtlety Toyota Toyota Preview • 2020 Toyota Corolla first drive: A better value in the compact sedan space 0 More From Roadshowcenter_img Sedans Hatchbacks Post a comment More about 2020 Toyota Corolla Review • 2020 Toyota Corolla review: More emotional, still sensible 2019 Hyundai Elantra review: Staying relevant in a changing segment Enlarge ImageBack in black. Toyota Blackout packages are all the rage these days among automakers. Why let precious dollars go to the aftermarket when the brand can sell popular black accents bundled in one package?Toyota is no stranger to this thinking and has revealed the fifth and sixth model to earn what it calls its Nightshade Edition looks. On Thursday, the 2020 Toyota Corolla Nightshade Edition bowed in both sedan and hatchback form. Each model receives the typical slew of darkened elements that the 4Runner, Camry, Highlander and Sienna Nightshade Editions all draw on.The Corolla sedan with the Nightshade Edition starts life as an SE model with a CVT and adds blacked-out badges throughout the exterior. The same dark color finds its way to the grille surround, 18-inch wheels, rocker panels and mirrors. At the rear, a black spoiler and exhaust diffusor is finished in, you guessed it, black. Buyers don’t have to go totally dark, as the car will come in three colors: Super White, Classic Silver Metallic and Black Sand Pearl.The more utilitarian Corolla hatchback Nightshade Edition is also based on the SE model and sports a CVT. It gets all the same black equipment as the sedan except the black headlight frames that add to the look. Like the sedan, white, silver and black are the only exterior colors offered, too.The looks don’t require much additional charge either. The Corolla sedan Nightshade Edition will cost $23,705 after destination and the hatchback will command $23,245. That’s $700 more for the sedan and $900 more for the hatchback compared to either model’s respective starting price for the regular SE trim. Production for both special edition vehicles kicks off this fall. Now playing: Watch this: Tags 2020 Toyota Corolla Nightshade Edition darkens the moodlast_img

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