The Corolla is the best-selling car in the world and earn a bread of the Japanese brand in the United States. The next generation sets the tone through this prototype named Toyota Corolla Furia.
The 2013 Toyota Corolla Furia Concept curious foreshadows the lines of the future generation of the compact sedan wise.
Fierce but not too much
We thought a sports sedan in the video teaser we given a few days before the official presentation. This is not quite true, or false, since Toyota offers us a vision of the future generation of the Corolla through a concept car without constraint, adopting carbon fiber parts, large wheels of 19 inches and color tape-to-eye as any car show that is. In dimensions, the Corolla grows slightly 4.62 meter, and 1.80 meter wide. When the series, the Corolla will lose a few inches. And its artifice.
If Toyota focuses on the Corolla, it not only for the 45 years of presence on U.S, it is that it is vital for the manufacturer in the United States. With 290,000 units sold in 2011, the compact sedan is model number 2 – behind the Camry – the brand in the land of Uncle Sam and ranks in the Top 10 of best-selling cars.
Needless to say that a more daring style – here inspired by the large Avalon and to rejuvenate the customer – will come booster sales, the current generation to actually fade in 2014.