Over the last half century, the Toyota Corolla has gained a reputation has one of the most reliable and popular cars in the world. With more customers looking for small cars, Toyota is preparing to invest more emotional appeal in the next Corolla – and it’s a good bet that many of the features of this concept will appear on the next Corolla. An extended wheelbase, shorter overhangs, and fresh surfaces give the car a contemporary and distinctive appearance. The Furia also features a sweptback windshield, sloped roofline and fender flares, an assertive front end, wheels with an out-to-the-corner stance, and LED headlamps and rear composite LED taillights. The shape of the car also makes the vehicle roomier on the inside. As a production car, the Furia/Corolla is expected to start at less than $18,000.
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