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Toyota Furia Concept Teased ahead of 2013 Detroit Show

Toyota announced today that the Furia Concept will make its world debut at the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The Japanese automaker decided it was best to leave all the details down to the imagination and has revealed absolutely no details other than what they eye can see and the mind can figure out for itself.
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We’ll let your minds rest a bit and try to figure the car out for ourselves. If you ignore the carbon fiber spoilers, wings and sills, what you’re left with is a sedan. So, the question remains: is this a volume car or a premium offering?

A clue can be found by looking at the Corolla. The US is still selling the tenth-gen Corolla, which was introduced in 2006. But since May this year, the Japanese are enjoying a brand new model called the Corola Axio. Unfortunately, that looks nothing like this concept.

Then again, JDM and US market products have become increasingly differentiated. The new front-drive architecture that went into the new Auris will reportedly go into 70% of all Toyotas sold, so sooner or later, the Corolla will be replaced.

 
 
 
 
 

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