2014 Toyota Corolla Preview

The Toyota Corolla Furia is one of Toyota’s amazing creations, and was showcased at the Auto Show in Detroit and is the 11th generation concept car by Toyota. The Corolla has been one of Toyota’s best sellers since launch with splendid features to match the quality of a five star luxury car. The concept images were leaked on the net which was represented in a private presentation. The design in the Corolla Furia is known to be a superior than the Toyota Corolla.

The 2014 Toyota Corolla was explored by car and driver in Brazil from a different perspective with a murky body color. According to the author, the Corolla is 4.62m long and 1.81m wide with a 2.70m wheelbase. The interior is designed with abundant room with ample head and knee room to experience a pleasurable drive experience. The car on the whole is spectacular with its artistic exterior body and superb interior room.
The 2014 Toyota Corolla is inserted with a 2.0 and 1.8 litre engines. There is a manual as well as automatic six speed gear box systems.  The new Corolla will make a grand entry sometime in 2013; the car will be rolled out in the overseas segment six months before its launch in India. The new Corolla is likely to stun consumers with its excellent engine efficiency and performance.

The interiors are splendid and new with a large touchscreen display and centre console, climate control and faux aluminum lights, the interiors represent a posh atmosphere to a new level. The interiors are designed with premium fitments. There is a refreshed instrument panel with trip computer. The Indian model will be fitted with classy beige interiors; Toyota is likely to introduce a two tone sporty package.
The Corolla is designed with impressively robust styling; the car is designed to cater to the young demographic. For the young demographic this car would be ideal to show off their possessions and match their equally trendy attires. The company has retained the basic design of the car. The aggressive and chic appeal is contributed by the window kink, artistic bumpers. The car is sculpted with stretched creative skin that appears to flow like waves in the beach.

The front design is prominent; the bumper base is identical to the existing Corolla Altis which is on sale in India. The grille and headlights are merged to form a sophisticated and marvelous single structure. The headlights of the new Corolla have tweaks at the base with razor sharp creases in the bumper. The wheelbase of the Furia is 2700mm which is about 100mm longer than the present car which is ideal identity of the Civic.

With the amazing features of the 2014 Toyota Corolla, the Furia will rock the charm of the Indian public. The Furia is the perfect example of a luxury car with modern fitments to perfectly suit the young demographic. The Sculpt is artistic and creative with novel carvings never seen before. Let’s patiently wait for the launch of the 2014 Toyota Corolla Furia and explore the awe-inspiring features of this car.

Image Source: Caranddriverbrasil.uol.com.br

This post was written by

Pavan Kumar – who has written posts on Toyota Cars India | New Toyota Car | Latest Toyota cars.
I am into the auto blogs field for quite a long time. Living my passion of reviewing cars.

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Comments: 3

  1. kiran vishnu May 28, 2013 at 5:50 pm Reply

    I am planning to buy the corolla altis.could you tell me an approximate date of launch of the new corolla 2014 in india?can we replace the booking order already done for the corolla altis for the new model.

  2. Arun October 21, 2013 at 9:08 pm Reply

    I am planning to buy new toyota corolla (furia concept).can i get the estimated launch date and expected price of new toyota corolla 2014,so that i can plan and place the bookings.

  3. Prakash Khemka December 30, 2013 at 7:35 am Reply

    Looking for a Toyota Corolla 2014 model in petrol

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