Toyota reveals an interesting styling compact car from Corolla Furia concept at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show.
TORRANCE, Calif., Jan. 14, 2013 – After its world debut at the 2013 Detroit Motor Show, Toyota finally seem ready to make a great leap forward. 2013 Toyota Corolla Furia finally unveiled the Concept in Detroit, which hinted at a future design for this popular compact car (Corolla is a car of all time). There is a new standard in the category of compact sedan and to be seen as a leader in the segment, hitting 40 mpg is a must. 2014 Toyota Corolla will do just that.
All it takes is to read his full name: it was the Corolla Furia Concept, which like Toyota is ready to concede, “suggests the styling cues of consumers can expect to see on the next generation of compact sedan market North America. Toyota will display another version of the car later this year, a sporty trim package detailing. Don’t look for any carbon fiber Furia, and wheels will shrink as well, but don’t expect that the production of 2014 Corolla will remain loyal to the overall design of this concept.
However, for this concept, Furia has a futuristic front end with a low air intake was discolored, LED lights lean and sharply raked windshield, pronounced wheel arches that House 19-inch alloys, LED taillights and short front and rear overhang, and if Toyota did not pull tricks FT-Concept on us, we could almost visualize the next-gen Corolla’s that doesn’t look too bad. Toyota Corolla Furia Concept showing 4.620 mm (181,9) length, 1.805 mm (71 in) in width and 1,425 mm (56.1 in) high and relatively long sports 2,700 mm (106.3 in) wheelbase.
“The Corolla Furia Concept is an early indicator of where our compact car design may lead in the future,” comments Bill Fay, Group Vice President and general manager of the Toyota Division. “It blends a heightened emphasis on dramatic design and elements of modern high technology to generate curb appeal that will surprise a lot of people.”
Along with sitting on a pile of fuel economy performance, Toyota is also promising to match the pleasure of driving. Speaking to the same source we he described driving the car as close to the Focus or Mazda3 in terms of handling dynamics.
In short, many of the automotive sector to predict the next Toyota Corolla would like, perhaps, Furia smaller wheels, more “regular” paint and toned-down light assemble-with all the qualities that make the Corolla on top of its class.
For more details, please see the video review, 2014 Toyota Corolla Furia Concept revealed below.