One way to stack the deck in favor of a new product is to remind consumers of something they already know and ideally like. And so it goes, as automakers launch all-new SUVs to feed Americans’ insatiable thirst for the body style. More than a few of them are even reviving or reimagining existing nameplates with familiar names. A few years back, we got the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross, an SUV risen from the ashes of the fondly remembered Mitsubishi Eclipse sports coupe. Then, for the 2021 model year, Ford drew on our love of its iconic Mustang with the Ford Mustang Mach-E, an all-electric SUV. And, now, there’s the 2022 Toyota Corolla Cross, which hopes some of the perennial popularity for the Corolla compact sedan will reflect well upon Toyota’s all-new small SUV.