To date, the very best concept we have of exactly what the 2014 Toyota Corolla will appear like is the shape and styling of the Furia Principle from this year's Detroit International Auto Show. Yet there is now another glimpse at what the future Corolla will look like.
Released on Toyota's official Facebook page, the image bellow plainly reveals the back side of the 2014 Corolla S. Though the reduced angle is a bit wonky, we can clearly see that the shape of the taillight cluster is really just like that of the Furia, albeit without the exact same LED usage. You can also notice a bit of a trunk-lid spoiler which is also following the Furia's lead.
Toyota mentions that more info on the brand-new 2014 Corolla is to be released on June 6, but thanks to the ever-leaky net, a number of essential information about the brand-new cars have actually been disclosed. Somebody at a Toyota dealership in Kansas who has actually seen the vehicle accidently posted information about 2014 Corolla on the dealership's website. It has since been removed.
The 2014 Corolla will apparently continue to utilize a 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine, though the mill has actually been rubbed down a bit, including Toyota's Valvematic constantly changeable valve timing. Presently, the Corolla produces 132 horse power and 128 pound-feet of torque, and accomplishes an integrated fuel usage score of 6.6 L/100kms with the five-speed guide 'box.
There will be a total of four trim levels: Base, LE, S and Eco. A number of enhancements have actually been made to the products and devices provided inside the cabin. Softex leather will be readily available for 2014, as will a push-button engine start and a navigation system. None of this information has actually been confirmed by the manufacturer, but hopefully a few more leaks will happen soon! Who knows it may even happen at one of the upcoming car shows shown here.