Most autophiles know that the Toyota Corolla is the top-selling car of all time. The first car I ever bought was a champagne-hued Corolla. I loved that car. But my Corolla, well, it didn't look anything like this.
Toyota debuts Furia concept, heralds next Corolla design
By Jeffrey N. Ross
After playing it safe over the last several generations of the Toyota Corolla, it appears Toyota might finally be ready to make a big leap forward. Toyota has finally unveiled the 2013 Corolla Furia Concept at the Detroit Auto Show, which hints at the future design for this automaker's popular compact (the Corolla is actually the best-selling car of all time).
The Furia Concept has a striking face with narrow headlights, vertical marker lights and a massive eight-sided grill, while its short hood and raked windshield give it a more modern look like the Civic and Mazda3. The front is overly stylized, similar to what we see on the new Camry and Avalon. Based on the most recent teaser we saw for this concept, the rear of the car will be equally sporty and modern with arrow-shaped LED taillights.
Comparing the specs of the concept to the current Corolla, the Furia is only about two inches longer and wider, but it also sits lower and has a wheelbase that is almost four inches longer.
Article source: [autoblog.com]
For more information about the Corolla Furia, stay tuned to our Checkered Flag Toyota home site, Checkered Flag.com. Stop by the Virginia Beach Toyota dealership to test drive the currently available 2013 Corolla.