The 2014 Toyota Corolla Reveal

We have all been patiently waiting for the redesign of the Toyota Corolla. Well, we’re happy to report that the wait is over. Toyota has introduced the 11th generation 2014 Toyota Corolla and honestly, you might not even recognize it.

Taking cues from the Toyota Furia concept car, the 2014 Corolla is more sleek, modern, and appealing than any Corolla we’ve seen. It encompasses the Furia’s concept of “iconic dynamism” which shows in the Corolla’s longer wheelbase and sweeping design accents. All in all, this is a Corolla you are sure to love.

Check out this Auto Guide Video to find out more about the 2014 Corolla and to see its new style for yourself:



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Toyota Concept Cars: The Corolla Furia & Fun Vii

It is auto show season and you know what that means: tons of new cars and concepts being revealed! There are two concept cars in particular that caught our attention: the Toyota Corolla Furia and Toyota Fun Vii.

The Corolla Furia was unveiled at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show last month. This new concept vehicle is designed to look and feel younger, fresher, and more appealing. This is thanks in part to the Furia’s short overhangs, long wheelbase, sweeping windshield  and fender flares. Although this is just a concept, Toyota explains that the Furia represents their plans and efforts for all future cars: vehicles that allow drivers to expressively “Go Places.”



Next is the Toyota Fun Vii concept, a totally innovative and far-reaching idea. When designing this car, Toyota tried to imagine what a car 20 years from now would be like. So they created a car that is unlike anything you’ve seen, something that connects the driver to the car in revolutionary ways. Just to give you an idea, the entire body of the car is a LED-screen. Intrigued? Watch this video to see the Fun Vii for yourself: