Developing Performance Parts for the GR Corolla

Posted by Chase Field on

The GR Corolla is one of the most exciting new models from Toyota, featuring a 1.6-liter turbocharged three-cylinder engine that delivers 257 horsepower and 266 lb-ft of torque. This rally-inspired hatchback is designed to offer thrilling driving dynamics and exceptional handling on any road.

At SXTH Element Engineering, we are passionate about enhancing the performance and aesthetics of the GR Corolla with our innovative aftermarket parts. We have been working hard to develop high-quality products that will unleash the full potential of this amazing vehicle.

One of our first projects was to design and test a new intercooler for the GR Corolla, which will improve the cooling efficiency and power output of the turbocharged engine. We used our 3D scanning technology to create a custom-fit intercooler that will replace the stock unit without any modifications.

We also put the GR Corolla on our dyno to measure its baseline power and torque in 2WD mode. We were impressed by the results, which showed that the GR Corolla delivered more than its advertised numbers. We are confident that our intercooler will boost these numbers even further by reducing heat soak and increasing airflow.

We are also working on other performance parts for the GR Corolla, such as downpipes, exhaust systems, intakes, tunes, suspension components, brakes, wheels, and more. Our goal is to offer a complete range of products that will transform your GR Corolla into a track-ready beast.

If you are interested in learning more about our products for the GR Corolla or any other Kia/Hyundai models, you can find more information here or follow us on Instagram or Facebook. You can also contact us at or chat with us!

We look forward to hearing from you and helping you achieve your performance goals with your GR Corolla!

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