The world’s largest car maker has got the sports car bug again, releasing a teaser video of the all-new Toyota Furia concept ahead of its unveiling at the 2013 Detroit motor show.
Details of the concept are limited to what can be seen in the 40-second clip, with Toyota revealing only that the “exciting new sedan” will make its international debut on January 14.
Taking its name from the Spanish word for ‘fury’, the Toyota Furia concept is a mid- to large-sized four-door sports car, potentially in the mould of the Toyota Chaser cult classic that was sold overseas between 1977 and 2000.
The video gives us a peek at some of the concept’s key design features, including its headlights and detailed illuminated grille, piercing LED tail-lights, and carbonfibre boot lid spoiler and diffuser.
Although only a concept at this stage, the Furia concept suggests Toyota is at least thinking about a larger sports car, a mindset no doubt influenced by the global success of the Toyota 86 coupe.
More details on the Toyota Furia concept are expected to be revealed in the lead up to its Detroit unveiling next month.