Toyota has just pulled the wraps off the Furia Concept during the 2013 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
After teasing it a couple of times with official images and even releasing a teaser video with the model, the Toyota Furia Concept is now being placed into the spotlights once again, this time with the Japanese based automaker bringing it to the 2013 Detroit Motor Show. According to the car manufacturer, the Toyota Furia Concept is previewing the next generation of the Toyota Corolla and it seems that the model will get the green lights for production in the nearby future.
The Toyota Furia Concept is coming with vertical marker lights, with narrow headlights, with a large front grille, with a raked windshield and with some other tweaks which will probably be applied onto the future generation of the Toyota Corolla. The looks of the model are being completed by the large 19-inch alloy wheels. The Furia Concept is 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). Additional details on the Toyota Furia Concept are limited for the moment but you can check out the photo gallery and the video posted below.
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