The Japanese based automaker Toyota is planning to introduce the next generation of the Corolla later on this year, in November.
Initially announcing the official debut of the 2014 Toyota Corolla during the 2013 Los Angeles Auto Show, the carmaker has changed its mind recently and said that the model will be unveiled ahead of the North American automotive event. According to the car manufacturer, by the time of the L.A. Auto Show, the new generation of the Toyota Corolla will be available for order. The announcement has been made by a senior executive of the company, who participated, last week, at a NADA/J.D. Power and Associates conference.
Unfortunately we don’t have any more details on the next generation of the Toyota Corolla just yet, but as a quick reminder, the model will be based on the Furia Concept, which was officially presented to the public earlier this year, during the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit. The model was 4,620 mm long (181,9 inch), 1,805 mm wide (71 inch) and 1,425 mm tall (56.1 inch), riding on a wheelbase of 2,700 mm (106.3 inch). The Furia has a large front grille, narrow taillights and some other tweaks which will probably be adopted by the Corolla.