Detroit Auto Show is full of expectations. Dreams of many carmakers can be seen on platforms over here. Every automaker tries to grab the full attention of media and onlookers with their conceptualized metals. Toyota Furia is one such example.
At the auto show, this Japanese metal was draped in the stunning orange paint job which was highlighted with futuristic LED headlamps and tail lamps. Front grab was more or less similar to Etios with the resembling chromed outline on bonnet. New wheel arches and the forged wheels added grim factor to the vehicle. The most significant innovation was witnessed at the back as its rear design proportion drags it more to the segment of coupes’ rather than a sedan. This oomph factor was missing in all the generations of Corolla.
Talking about Corolla, Toyota brilliantly rolled out 291,000 units last year in US alone. It made him to stand at the staggering 2nd position after the Honda Civic (with sale of 318,000 cars). Under the leadership of CEO Akio Toyoda, carmaker pledged to deliver aggressive and engaging products with special reference to style and engineering. Being the family heir, Mr. Toyoda also ordered the organization to “build cars that are fun to drive”.
Technical specifications are not yet disclosed but we expect some mean powerdomes for the Toyota Furia design quotient. Other bites which make this lad to stand apart from the Corly (Corolla) are stretched length by 1.5 inches, beefed up breath by 2.5 inches, and an extended wheel base by 4 inches.
Previously, Toyota Furia gave us some sparkling expectations through its official teaser, but the actual one was overwhelming!