With the 2013 North American International Auto Show in Detroit approaching closer, more and more automakers are opening their cards, though, most of the times, not to the extent we would all like…
Toyota, for example, announced on Thursday that it will host the world premiere of a new study called the Furia through a teaser video and a simple statement saying that it will be an "an exciting new sedan concept".
That's all we get from the Japanese company, so we still don't know if it's a conceptual proposal for a new offering, or a replacement for a current vehicle.
We are aware of the fact that Toyota's future plans include a successor for the Corolla compact sedan and the Prius, plus a new sub-compact offering based on the next generation of the Mazda2 that will be built by Mazda at its plant in Mexico (no word, though, if it's going to be a hatchback, a sedan or something entirely different).
After you take a look at the screenshots and the video, head towards the comments and tell us what you think the Furia is.