Toyota Furia Concept Video, First Look: 2013 Detroit Auto Show

Stephen Elmer
by Stephen Elmer

The Toyota Furia concept is meant to foreshadow the styling of the next-gen Corolla, and it definitely takes the Corolla’s bland style and jazzes it up quite a bit.

As strictly a design concept, what is under the hood of Furia is still unknown. What is confirmed is that the Furia will be longer and wider than the current Corolla, suggesting that the Toyota’s popular compact will be growing in it’s next iteration. It also gets LED lighting and carbon fiber trim.

Watch AutoGuide’s first look video below.

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Stephen Elmer
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  • Jim Hazen Jim Hazen on Jan 20, 2013

    Toyota... build this car the way it is now. Bring back the good ole days of the Corolla GT-S for the rest of us. Make the Corolla (Furia) the new fun car for the young, and us old guys, who want performance and style in our small Saki Rockets. I own a Corolla S now and would gladly go to this new one if it came with a great sports package.