Toyota’s Corolla may be lacking in passion, but its family-focused merits spread out more abundantly than an all-you-can-eat buffet. Customers around the world have been eager to gobble up this small car for more than four decades.
Introduced in 1966, the Corolla is now in its 10th generation. To date it’s the bestselling nameplate on the planet, with about 40 million examples delivered. Reliability, comfort and fuel efficiency are but a few of the things this car has excelled at over its long history. And given that sales success Toyota shows no sign of stopping. The Corolla will almost certainly be around for another 10 generations, something that makes it one of the most significant cars in history.